Women’s rights are well advanced in Cuba as all workers are paid the same. The women’s movement gets involved at high school level and into women’s working lives. Help with diversity and social issues is available when required.
The women’s movement is international which includes input with the United Nations.
The majority of the Cuban government is female in all areas. Women’s rights are part of the Cuban constitution and include health and well being rights and welfare and domestic protected factors. Photos are of women activists during the revolution and the director of the service today.