Women are a force to be reckoned with worldwide
THE APPOINTMENT of Amina Mohammed from Nigeria as the next Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations will be welcomed by the global community.
Perhaps soon, a woman will be chosen as Secretary-General and become the most powerful civilian on earth.
Over the sweep of history, women have been – and will continue to be – a pacifying force. As mothers, they have evolutionary incentives to maintain peace and harmony.
Women will play a pivotal role in the next decade. During the next 20 years, the male-dominated patriarchy will gradually come to an end.
Within the next five years, the global economy will be run by women. By 2050, female legislators in the US will wield immense political power.
Research reveals that involving women in peace-building decreases the probability of violence by 25 percent.
Women make up 52percent of the global population and control $20 trillion in annual consumer spending.
If we desire to urgently navigate through to the Next World Order, then we need to bravely elevate a new paradigm of power involving women.
A woman’s far-sighted strategic vision could bring stability in a troubled world.
Women are a force to be reckoned with; from the International Monetary Fund to the UN, their skills have an exponential reach. Let us salute our women in 2017. Joburg