The president of ComunidadMujer and Fundación Colunga, Esperanza Cueto, has been distinguished by Apolitical as one of the 100 most influential people for the advancement of the global gender agenda, along with personalities such as Justin Trudeau, Malala Yousafzai, Saadia Zahidi, Melinda Gates and Michelle Bachelet, among others.
The global network Apolitical announced his list with the 100 most influential people in gender equality policies of 2018 Worldwide. This recognizes women and men who work to build a more equitable world, exerting their influence in the formulation of public policies, research with a gender perspective, advocacy in the public and private world, work from organized civil society, between different areas.
In this context, the work that CommunityWomen has done for more than 15 years in pursuit of the advancement of women's rights, contributing to the debate, discussion and generation of public policies for greater equality and equity between men and women in our country, has been globally recognized through this distinction.
By publishing this list, Apolitical seeks to highlight and highlight the work that is being done around the world, both to show the current state in gender equity and to generate a roadmap that reflects the various challenges to achieve a real equal rights and opportunities for women and men.
Esperanza Cueto She is a lawyer from Universidad Diego Portales with a vast professional career linked to the development of social initiatives in our country.
She is co-founder and current president of ComunidadMujer and also of Fundación Colunga, a private institution with a public purpose, which promotes civil society organizations that contribute to overcoming poverty and improving the quality of education in Chile and Latin America.
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