As we celebrate International Women’s Day 2023 themed “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality”; we aim to share some of the considerations we have been reflecting on. Our women-led teams at both World Wonderers and SoCo Political Consulting, participate in the global discussions regarding minorities and specifically women and girls’ political participation.

 

As we support our clients and like-minded organisations to reach their social, political, or cultural goals, we proudly contribute to building global knowledge, developing research-based policies, designing and implementing socio-political development and cultural preservation projects. The “Women Up! Report 2022” demonstrates the gap persisting between men and women political participation in Malaysia; we hope this will serve as a basis for further research and the formulation of targeted policies.

 

Our Report also gives preliminary recommendations for the creation of digital tools to contribute to increasing women and girls’ political literacy, training for women candidates and women members of State and Federal Parliaments. On this day, for all women and girls globally, we shall relentlessly voice this fact: a society that ignores half of the population is a society that cannot flourish.

 

Women Up! 2022 Report Summary

 

 

If you are unable to view this document on the webpage, the Women Up! 2022 Report Summary can be downloaded here: Malaysia Women Up! 2022 Report Summary.

 

Women Up! 2022 Report

 

 

If you are unable to view this document on the webpage, the Women Up! 2022 Report can be downloaded here: Malaysia Women Up! 2022 Report.

 

Featured image caption: « Nurul Fadzilah Kamaluddin, 15th General Election, November 2022. Image Copyrights by Sophie Lemière »

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