美国务卿克里:妇女对美国外交政策至关重要

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美国国务卿约翰 克里

在今天,国际妇女节(International Women’s Day),中国有所以值得骄傲的事情。在中国有超过2900万四十岁的女人 企业家。亲戚大伙儿儿为中国的发展和世界的发展做出了所以贡献。全世界的政府和商界领袖都依赖于中国的妇女推动就业创造和经济繁荣的所以例子。事实上,全世界的妇女用亲戚大伙儿儿的成就和鼓舞人心的力量,给亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿留下如此 深的印象。

我在就任美国国务卿后的第有一个多星期,有幸与一批妇四十岁的女人 士会面。尽管她们在各人的生活中都经历了难以想象的艰辛,她们中间的每一位仍坚定地奋勇向前——为女孩提供教育和培训,为失业者寻找工作,并提高亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿参与公民社会的程度。我坚信,她们将继续是推动变革的强大力量,在今后多年为她们的社区和国家带来进步。

正是另有一个多的随后提醒亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿,为有哪些美国继续与世界各地的政府、组织和当事人同去努力保护和能够妇女和女孩的权利具有如此 重要的意义。归根结底,与我国的情况汇报一样,随后如此 妇女的全面参与,全世界最紧迫的经济、社会和政治问题就无法得到外理。

据世界经济论坛(World Economic Forum)提供的资料,在男女权利平等的程度比较接近的国家,其经济竞争力远远高于有有哪些性别鸿沟使妇女和女孩仅得到有限的随后或根本如此 随后获得医疗、教育、民选公职和行销市场的国家。同样,联合国粮食及农业组织(U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization)估计,四十岁的女人 农民随后能与男性同等地得到种子、肥料和技术,就能使全世界营养不良的人口减少1亿至1.5亿。

随后,在太久的社会和太久的家庭,妇女和女孩仍受到轻视,被剥夺上学的随后,并被迫年少成婚。太久的人因性别暴力丧生,随后永远改变了当事人的人生。作为有一个多女儿的父亲,我居然无法想象那位叫石 “尼尔巴娅”(Nirbhaya)的女孩的父母所遭受的痛苦。这位23岁的医科学生在新德里的公车上被杀害,仅仅随后她是四十岁的女人 ;我也无法想象马拉拉·尤苏芙扎(Malala Yousafzai)的双亲所经历的痛苦。这位巴基斯坦女孩同样在搭乘公车时遭到极端主义分子的枪击,仅仅随后她想去上学。随后,令我感到鼓舞的是,马拉拉敢于坚持当事人的事业,尼尔巴娅在生命垂危之际坚决要求将行凶者绳之以法,她们的父亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿毫不畏惧地为当事人的女儿和世界各地的妇女大声疾呼。

有一个多国家随后有一半的人口被置之不顾,就不随后取得进步。正是随后如此 ,美国坚信性别平等对亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿实现繁荣、稳定与和平的同去目标至关重要。正是随后如此 ,增进全世界妇女和女孩的权益对推动美国的对外政策至关重要。

亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿努力为四十岁的女人 企业家提供训练和辅导,使她们不仅能改善各人的家庭,还能能够各人国家的经济增长。亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿努力为女孩提供教育,使她们外理被迫早婚,打破贫困的恶性循环,成长缘何区领袖和积极参与的公民。提高女孩和妇女的教育及获得资源的随后不是能够改善下一代的健康和教育。

亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿与世界各地的合作伙伴同去努力增进四十岁的女人 健康,提高四十岁的女人 农民的能力,外理和外理性别暴力问题,随后随后妇女不能获得健康、安全并为全球经济贡献当事人的劳动、领导不能和创造力,所有的社会都能从中受益。美国在世界各地的外交人员正努力要求妇女全面参与和平谈判及安全工作,随后将妇女的经验、关注和见解纳入谈判过程能够外理未来的冲突和实现更持久的和平。

今天是国际妇女节,是值得喜信的一天。在你這個 天,亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿每俩当事人还必须重申亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿的坚定意志,要求刚始于在世界各地阻碍进步的不平等情况汇报。亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿不能随后必须坚持不懈地为之努力,让亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿所有的女儿都能搭乘公车上学而不必害怕,让亲戚亲戚大伙儿儿所有的姐妹都能发挥她们的巨大潜力,让每一位妇女和女孩都能实现她们的删改潜力。

附英文原文:

Why women are central to U.S. foreign policy

By John Kerry, U.S. Secretary of State

China has a lot to be proud of today, on International Women’s Day. There are over 29 million female entrepreneurs in China. They have contributed much to China’s growth and to global growth. Governments and business leaders worldwide can look to China for plenty of examples of women fueling job creation and economic prosperity. In fact, women around the world increasingly impress us with their accomplishments and inspiration.

During my first week as the United States’ Secretary of State, I had the honor of meeting with a group of courageous women. Although they had all endured incredible hardship in their lives, each of them was committed to moving forward - providing education and training to girls, finding jobs for the unemployed and advocating for greater participation in civil society. I have no doubt that they will continue to be powerful agents of change, bringing progress to their communities and their country in the years to come.

It’s opportunities like this that remind us why it is so vital that the United States continues to work with governments, organizations and individuals around the world to protect and advance the rights of women and girls. After all, just like in our own country, the world's most pressing economic, social and political problems simply cannot be solved without the full participation of women.

According to the World Economic Forum, countries where men and women are closer to enjoying equal rights are far more economically competitive than those where the gender gap has left women and girls with limited or no access to medical care, education, elected office, and the marketplace. Similarly, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that if women farmers had the same access to seeds, fertilizer, and technology as men do, they could reduce the number of undernourished people in the world by 1150 million to 1150 million.

Yet in too many societies and too many homes, women and girls are still undervalued, denied opportunities to go to school, and forced to marry as children. Too many lives have been lost or altered forever by gender-based violence. As the father of two daughters, I cannot imagine the pain suffered by the parents of the young woman known as “Nirbhaya,” the 23-year old medical student murdered on a New Delhi bus simply for being a woman, or the anguish felt by the parents of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl shot by extremists as she too rode on a bus, simply for wanting to go to school. But I am inspired by Malala’s undaunted commitment to her cause, by Nirbhaya’s determination, while dying, to bring her assailants to justice, and by their fathers’ courage in speaking out on behalf of their daughters and women everywhere.

No country can get ahead if it leaves half of its people behind. This is why the United States believes gender equality is critical to our shared goals of prosperity, stability, and peace, and why investing in women and girls worldwide is critical to advancing U.S. foreign policy.

We invest in the training and mentoring of women entrepreneurs so they can not only lift up their own families, but also help their countries’ economies grow. We invest in girls’ education so that they can escape forced early marriage, break the cycle of poverty, and develop into community leaders and engaged citizens. Increasing girls’ and women’s education and their access to resources also improves the health and education of the next generation.

We work with partners around the world to boost maternal health, strengthen female farmers, and prevent and address gender-based violence because all societies benefit when women are healthy, safe, and can contribute their labor, leadership and creativity to the global economy. U.S. diplomats everywhere work to integrate women fully into peace negotiations and security efforts because bringing women’s experiences, concerns and insights to the table can help prevent future conflict and build more lasting peace.

Today, International Women’s Day, is a day of celebration. It is also a day when each of us must recommit to ending the inequality that prevents progress in every corner of the globe. We can and we must commit to this so that each of our daughters can ride the bus to school without fear, all of our sisters can fulfill their tremendous potential, and every woman and girl can live up to her full potential.