The United Nations should implement a program to design an assistance towards new female leaders including those like Michelle Bachelet. I think that women are not regarded as well as men politically, and sometimes other countries do not treat them with respect due to their teachings, and it is something that needs to be addressed.
No, these female leaders do not need any special assistance by the United Nations. These woman have spent their entire careers in politics, and know just as much about government as men do, so their is no need to try to help them out, when they are just as capable as men.
I do not believe the United Nations should implement programs designed specifically to assist new female leaders such as Michelle Bachelet. In doing so, I feel that it sends a signal that women are somehow incapable of handling leadership roles or that they are not capable of doing so without help.
Implementing programs that support one demographic over another for whatever reason is inequality. "Implement a program" really means spend some money. Where does this money come from? Citizens of America wind up paying for some female leader in a country they can't even spell simply because she is a female. It becomes a new version of Affirmative Action: The international edition. Besides, providing such aid sacrifices the integrity of the office.
No, the United Nations should not implement programs designed specifically to assist new female leaders such as Michelle Bachelet, because the United Nations should not be trying to alter internal elections. That is too close to one-world government. Besides, female politicians will not have any credibility if people know they are elected by affirmative action.