Post-2015 Agenda should address disparity in gender equality efforts – Youth
Ghana News Agency reports on the first of 15 youth forums to be hosted at Regent University College of Science and Technology in Ghana.
Students at the Regent University College of Science and Technology in Accra, have urged the United Nations to seriously consider addressing the issue of disparities in gender-related issues, in their attempt to set goals for the next 15 years.
They said although it was laudable to promote gender equality for women, it was important to ensure men were also not left behind in this attempt.
The student also raised concerns about the absence of any goals focusing on addressing the ebola epidemic, since it had become a global problem."
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