Anne Hathaway United Nations speech

Following Nicole Kidman and Emma Watson, Anne Hathaway also became a UN Goodwill Ambassador, and her main task was to promote gender equality and voice for women’s rights.

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Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, executive director of UN Women, said that Anne Hathaway’s participation was to help women get rid of “mother punishment.”

“This is a potential manifestation of gender inequality in the workplace,” Mlambo-Ngucka said. “Annie’s appointment is very timely, as UN Women’s is working to promote gender equality in the workplace this year and strive to turn ideas into action.


In her speech, she frequently cites gold, praises social support and recognizes same-sex marriage, and uses this as a direction to encourage women’s rights.I believe that the world is supporting and recognizing same-sex marriage. This is the direction. The society is becoming more inclusive and understanding for women. This is the direction.

Earlier, according to ABC News, the US television agency, Mlambo-Ngcuka, executive director of UN Women’s Department, said that Hathaway has always voiced women’s rights. I hope she can let the community pay attention to it. Women often take more responsibility in the family, making this become One of the main factors of gender inequality.

Maternity leave in the United States is unpaid, which inevitably puts economic pressure on many families. Women have to leave their children early and return to work. In this speech, Hathaway, who is a mother, called on the United States to give women paid maternity leave, while also giving men the opportunity to give maternity leave, making men and women more equal.

In some countries, parental leave includes only mother’s maternity leave, and some are parental leave that both parents can take. In some countries, adopting children also has adoption leave, and some countries have additional childcare leave. A well-being country even has a family leave, which can be used to care for all family members.
Currently, many countries offer paid parental leave, which is generally funded by social insurance/social security, or employer liability. In some countries, two policies are adopted. Combined approach.