[:en]Global peace and security index for women, Albania is latest in the region[:] - Albanians In The World

[:en]Global peace and security index for women, Albania is latest in the region[:]

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[:en]Albania ranks last in the region in terms of providing security, peace, economic, social and political equality, according to a recent report. According to the subcategories taken in the study, in terms of inclusion in education, finance, politics and workforce, Albania performs better in education, where it ranks 10. In the financial inclusion of 64, in parliamentary posts 23, while in employment of 45. As for the security category, Albanian women are a significant part of the percentage of domestic violence, while 44% of women are unsafe in the wider community. The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, and the Oslo Peace Research Institute released the Global Women, Peace and Security Index. This new index assesses the well-being of women by assessing their involvement, justice and security in a single number and in a ranking. It is the first gender index tailored explicitly by the Sustainable Development and Peace Support Program. Study Methodology / How Do We Measure Inclusion, Justice and Security? Inclusion includes the possibility for women to make their economic, social and political decisions. This can be captured through indicators such as women's employment, access to mobile phones (essential in many parts of the world for financial independence), and seats in parliament. Justice is deficient if it is not known in formal laws and customs. Here are the differences between how men and women are treated according to law. To assess informal discrimination, we have used the proportion of men who do not think it is acceptable for women to work outside the home, and the gender imbalance in the east. Security is measured within the family, community and society in general. In order to reach an objective measure of women's lives in 153 countries covering more than 98 percent of the world's population, we have used transparent and reliable data from the United Nations, the World Bank and the Gallup World Poll. We do not rely on subjective or expert judgment. We group the results by region, for developed countries, and call the group of fragile states, as determined by the World Bank.[:]

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