Well designed and implemented macroeconomic systems to ensure the full participation of mothers in the markets of the 21st century, can powerfully shape countries, enhance human capital and productivity, eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities and contributes to building social peace. They are an essential part of National Development Strategies to achieve inclusive growth and sustainable development with equitable social outcomes
Mothers' economic participation in the markets of the 21st century has the ability to enhance the quality of life for mothers and their families and is a win-win for everyone.
All over the globe, countries and companies face a common challenge: How best to strengthen their economy and workforce, while also taking societal concerns into consideration. The implementation of macroeconomic systems to ensure the full participation of the mothers of the 21st century in the labour market in these times of economic, political and social policy change. Mothers' significant role in economic production and their pivotal position in household management and welfare are central to economic development and social survival.
Amelia Lopez Huix, Executive Director
Governments, multinationals, the united nations and international organisations share the responsibility to reposition mothers significant participation in the global economic production and the social welfare of humanity establishing and implementing the global sustainable agenda.