The UAE is a role model for the integration of women in decision-making process and in government advisory council positions, an Arab League official said.
Inas Mekkawy, director of women, family and childhood department, praised the UAE’s progress in empowering women.
She noted the efforts of Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, president of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, to promote not just Emirati women but also Arab women's role in society.
Ms Mekkawy comments come ahead of Emirati Women's Day on August 28.
She congratulated the UAE and the Arab world on the occasion, while highlighting the UAE's success in integrating women into the political system whether by encouraging young women to enter diplomatic fields.
Emirati women now occupy 66 per cent of government jobs, including 30 per cent of senior decision-making positions and 15 per cent of specialised academic posts.