Document Type: Original Article

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Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Biological Science, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran

10.22034/ijashss.2020.244879.1011

Abstract

Background: In today's societies, empowerment of women and their full cooperation on the basis of equality, in all areas, including decision-making and community management is one of the requirements for sustainable development needed by our country. In a society where there is no equal and acceptable equality and fair cooperation between men and women in research, economic and cultural activities, nor is there fair opportunity for innovation and talent, the development process has not progressed as expected.
Methods: Given the progress that has been made in the field of education and social participation of women in the country, no country can develop without the presence, cooperation and activity of half of its capable population. Increasing the presence of women in society will change their role. Many women entrepreneurs are playing a role in the international arena.
Results: To achieve moderation and remove barriers to their growth and, as a result, to better expand society, we need women to be able to participate in the decision-making process in different areas of society. In many countries, these pursuits have led to significant success for women.
Conclusions: Undoubtedly, the role of women in the Green Management (GM) System program for organizations and government agencies is vivid and a program of excellence, and that its full understanding and realization relying on involving all personnel of organizations and those interested in the development of the country.

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