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Plans by Ukraine's defence ministry to have female soldiers march in high heels instead of army boots in a parade next month have caused angry reactions. Iryna Gerashchenko, an opposition member of parliament, said it was sexism, not equality. Ukraine is preparing to stage a military parade on 24 August to mark 30 years of independence following the collapse of the Soviet Union. The defence ministry say the shoes are part of regulation-dress uniform. Many in Ukraine expressed shock at the plan, with a group of lawmakers calling on Defence Minister Andriy Taran to offer an apology. Ms Gerashchenko said she initially thought the pictures of women soldiers rehearsing in combat trousers and black pumps with block heels was a hoax.
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‘Mockery’: Backlash after Ukraine women troops march in heels
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But after a flurry of angry responses from lawmakers, a demonstration in front of the Ministry of Defense and skeptical feedback from the cadets this week, the Ukrainian military changed its position on the footwear, acknowledging the challenges of marching in heels. The photos have prompted a widespread debate in Ukraine over the adequacy of the equipment for women in the Ukrainian Army, and the broader failure of the military to better integrate women in the armed forces, despite welcomed changes in recent years. Berlinska wrote on Facebook. Women have been allowed to serve in the Ukrainian armed forces since , and, in , the military opened up many combat jobs to them, including gunners on armored vehicles, snipers, or infantry commanders. Roughly 31, women serve in the military, more than 15 percent of the Ukrainian armed forces, a figure that has more than doubled since , according to the military , as Ukraine has waged a yearslong war against Russian-backed separatists in the eastern parts of the country.
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Human Rights of LBTIQ Women in Ukraine
Located in the heart of Eastern Europe, Ukraine is a fertile country of some 43 million people, 78 per cent of whom are ethnic Ukrainian, with a sizeable minority of Russians. Ukraine is currently experiencing conflict, instability and insecurity. This conflict has directly affected at least 3. Since the beginning of the conflict, 9, people have been killed, including at least women and girls, 20, have been injured and at least people have been missing in the conflict area of eastern Ukraine. Gender discrimination is widespread in Ukraine.
Women in Ukraine have equal constitutional rights as men in the economic , political , cultural and social fields, as well as in the family. Women receive lower salaries and have limited opportunity for career advancement. The history of Ukraine during the past two centuries is closely connected to that of the Russian Empire and later on the Soviet Union.