Arkan Property has become a signatory of the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs)

Arkan Property has become an official signatory of the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs). 

With this decision, the Arkan Property team once again confirms and emphasizes its support for women’s rights and gender equality. By embracing the principles of women’s empowerment set forth by the United Nations, businesses with high social responsibility express their support, affirm equal rights in the workplace and in society, and prioritize creating a safe environment, which is also an integral part of the real estate company’s corporate culture. These principles are fully aligned with international norms of human rights, including labor rights.

“I am pleased that Arkan Property has become a signatory company of the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles, thus taking the economic empowerment and equality of women within our team to a new level. By signing these principles, Arkan Property commits to work practices that empower women and men equally. Additionally, we will continue to prioritize women’s career advancement through various educational and qualification-raising initiatives. By signing the WEPs, Arkan Property demonstrates its readiness to promote women’s active participation in business, contribute to the country’s economy, and support their economic empowerment,” said Nanuka Alavidze, public relations manager of Arkan Property.

As part of this initiative to support women and promote their professional growth, Arkan Property is currently offering a series of free, short-term digital tools training programs, which will continue in the future. Through these and other initiatives, our team aims to promote women’s employment and professional development as much as possible.

UN Women is an agency of the United Nations that works to promote gender equality and empower women. The UN Women’s Empowerment Principles were developed through the joint efforts of the UN Global Compact and UN Women.

Currently, 6,266 companies globally support the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles, including 205 from Georgia.”

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