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By Dr.Neelima Mandava



Education is a cornerstone of women’s empowerment because it enables them to respond to opportunities, to challenge their traditional roles and to change their lives. Educational programmes for both boys and girls must promote shared responsibilities.  From the moment they begin their education, boys need to be taught to take care of their own domestic needs and to share responsibilities in the home.  Educating both boys and girls in non-stereotyped thinking about male and female roles is critical.  Men – as legislators, decision-makers in ministries of education, school administrators, and participants in the design of educational curricula, teachers and fathers – have a critical role to play.  They must make sure that girls are able to go to school, stay in school, and are taught the skills they need to succeed in the workplace and the world at large on equal terms.  Men also must teach boys new ways to think about their roles and about women in this rapidly changing world.


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