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Globally, Trinidad and Tobago ranks 50th in the representation of “Women in Politics”. Whilst this is commendable, women still face socio-economic and cultural barriers to their equal participation. CIWiL therefore calls on political parties and decision makers to introduce policies and strategies to remove the barriers that deter women from entering politics.
CIWiL also notes with concern, the limited availability of sex disaggregated data on women’s involvement and participation in politics. The absence of this data makes it difficult to assess election participation or develop appropriate evidence-informed responses and policies needed to increase women’s leadership and involvement in politics and decision making. We therefore call on the government of Trinidad and Tobago and state actors such as the EBC, to ensure that data linked to the conduct of elections are available and accessible.
The equitable inclusion of women from diverse backgrounds in politics and decision making is an important factor to achieving gender equality. This promotes democratic governance in political and public life in keeping with international commitments(Beijing Platform for Action, UN Sustainable Development Goal 5 indicator 5.5 and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)), to which Trinidad and Tobago is a signatory.
CIWiL invites all stakeholders to collaborate in support of achieving a more just and equitable society, in which women are more involved in the decision-making processes that impact their lives. This is even more critical given the economic and social development challenges stemming from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Contact: For more information, please contact, the Gender and Communications Officer at email@example.com or at 1-868-345-9153.