Empowering of Women in Bangladesh perspective

Kamrun Nahar, Shukui Tan


Women empowerment is the key to achieving all the sector in development all over the world, be it protecting the environment, reducing poverty or ensuring universal access to healthcare. Empowering women are mutually reinforcing in that success in many of the development will have positive impacts on women empowerment. Expansion of women’s political, social, economic and cultural also in decision making side well participation and cultivation of women leaders’ in term of  correspond with attempts to facilitate this expansion. Promoting women’s leadership in economic activity, professional organization labor trade unions and politics at community and national levels obvious strategy for promoting women’s participation in effective responses to community issues and in turn creating opportunities for empowerment of women and their integration in public activity. (Higgit Rayan) women leadership. This study attempts to examine the women empowerment in Bangladesh. Some dimension are considered the women empowerment :The quality of highest level of education , freedom of choice and movement and also power in the household decision making process and involvement of economic activities , Factor analysis technique of employed to construct the last three dimensions. Results show that all the four dimensions of women empowerment contribute positively and significantly to the decision. Findings of the study have a number of policy implications on this issue for a developing country like Bangladesh.

Keywords: Women empowerment, Social dignity, Socio-economic condition, Cultural Dimension, Gender inequality

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