First and foremost, we must emphasize that education is a basic right for all members of society, including girls and women, and that we live in societies with large proportions of girls and women, we cannot accept denying them the right to education, because depriving it is a great loss for all of us, and this is what exports large numbers of girls and uneducated women to society, which negatively affects society as a whole, and here it is necessary to emphasize that all girls and women are equal. Whether they are rich or poor, young or old, married or unmarried, or any social status they have the right to education because it is a basic right, not a privilege granted to them.
However, despite this, girls and women still face obstacles that prevent them from obtaining the right to education. Because of poverty, cultural norms and practices, poor infrastructure, violence and fragility, discrimination and exclusion.
In light of the continuing denial of the right to education for some girls and women, all of us – men and women – have a duty to play an important role in supporting girls’ and women’s access to the right to education, because education makes them independent personalities and provides them with the necessary skills to be able to earn a living and provide services to society and as women have become educated and earn for themselves, then they do not have to depend on their family, and this builds their confidence and makes them make their own decisions, just as education makes them realize their value and individuality, so the education of girls and women plays an important role in making them independent.