UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon approached the universal group to work harder to give better chances to ladies.
"I anticipate a period when all social orders wherever can profit from sexual orientation uniformity," Ban said on Thursday at the abnormal state board on ladies' financial strengthening occasion at UN Headquarters in New York, co-sorted out by the board's secretariat and UN Women, Xinhua news office reported.
"As I said for the current week to the General Assembly – and the world – I am pleased to call myself a women's activist," he said, alluding to his discourse conveyed at the opening of the yearly abnormal state level headed discussion of the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.
"I solidly have confidence in a '50-50 planet'," Ban said.
"One method for accomplishing this objective is through ladies' monetary strengthening," the secretary-general said. "This is a particularly powerful route for ladies to have more prominent decision and apply control over their own particular lives. In the meantime, it will profit their families, their groups and their nations' economies."
The abnormal state board is sponsored by the UN Women, the UN International Labor Organization, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, with backing for its work gave by the British Department to International Development.
The UN boss said that he has "awesome confidence" in the board, and he additionally expressed gratitude toward the board for its solid responsibility and initiative.