An Analytical Study On Women’s Empowerment Regarding Decision Making: A Case Study Of Pakistan

Ms. Shabana Akhtar, Dr. Alia Ayub, Ms. Shabana Muhammad Anwar


Pakistan is a country where women are half in population, but women have less opportunity to have empowerment regarding decision making. Women remain under male domination, and various social, cultural and economic disparities. In Pakistan, they are not empowered. Women’s involvement in domestic decision-making has recognized for family development. This study was conducted to analyses the women empowerment at social, educational and political level. The objectives were to discern the status of women empowerment in political organizations, to recommend the status of women empowerment, to highlight empowerment of women in educational fields and to investigate women’s role in decision making at social level. Research question were, what is women empowerment status with respect to decision making in politics, how to empower women in decision making at social level, how decision making of empowered women influences on the educational institutes and how the women of our society be empowered? Mixed method approach was used to collect the data, survey questionnaire, and interview and document analysis. Sample of the study was 110 working and 110 non-working women, 30 political women. (N=250).

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