From ensuring women around the world have a safe, quality 12-year education, to advocating for women who lack access to safe health care or who face discrimination in the workplace, there are numerous charities and initiatives dedicated to serving women and communities in need. Imperium Group’s Mucklai has set out on a mission to embrace equality in all walks of life.
The last three decades have marked an era of technological upheaval as frenetic and groundbreaking as there ever has been. From early desktop computers and mobile phones to virtual reality: the web is now virtually inseparable from all facets of human interaction and daily life. As the digital world continues to progress and grow, countless entrepreneurs have taken the opportunity to make their marks in the digital space.
In 2010, the United Nations founded UN Women to fill a void. Prior to the creation of UN Women, the UN did not have a department or team focused solely on issues related to gender equality and women’s empowerment, according to its website.
UN Women’s main functions include working with what it calls “intergovernmental bodies” and organizations, like the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women, to create policies and global standards that relate to women in the workplace and gender wage gaps.
Furthermore, The World Health Organization’s team dedicated to gender, equity, and human rights aims to “address [health] disparities (caused by gender inequalities, inequities, and lack of human rights-based approaches) to ensure better health for all.”
Imperium Group has decided to use its expansive network of celebrities and organizations to cater to millennials and anyone in need of telling their story.
Mucklai, Imperium Groups’ CEO, says, “In 2020, we saw the power of social media campaigns in changing attitudes and raising awareness, by sharing your stories and amplifying the voices of others who do, you can make a difference.
The goal is to give women a stronger tool to fight for equal pay, and make them more financially secure. Imperium Group also signaled clearly its executive team to fight for a woman’s right to have the same chance as a man to succeed, to have a better shot at escaping poverty, and to create a better life for themselves and their families.