FP Lunch

Women as Levers of Change

Date: Thursday, March 26, 2020

Time: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Venue: Foreign Policy
1750 Pennsylvania Ave NW
STE 1200
Washington, DC 20006

Registration: click here
This event is per invitation only

To find out more about the event agenda and speakers, please visit our website.

Amid growing global advocacy movements for gender equality and diversity, evidence has emerged demonstrating significant business, economic, and social benefits of increasing women’s participation. Crucially, however, a major gap remains as to how women are advancing organizational and industrial transformation, and therefore what can be done to mobilize women’s capacity as changemakers. As ESG performance is quickly becoming a major factor in global business and investment decisions, it is vital for organizations to harness the link between gender equity and positive environmental and societal impacts. Gain insights from our latest findings and exchange ideas about translating those recommendations into action across all sectors and industries.

Join Foreign Policy as we celebrate the release of our newest FP Analytics report: Women as Levers of Change. This event will bring together prominent leaders across the global policy, business and advocacy communities interested in advancing women’s empowerment as a catalyst for change.

Engage with fellow experts and executives active in this space during our networking lunch and particpate in a dynamic discussion highlighting how women are making a positive impact on corporate financial, environmental, and social performance. Gain new insights on how companies and other stakeholders can advance gender equality in the workplace, mobilize women’s power to accelerate progress toward global sustainable development, and drive transformational change across male-dominated industries.

This report was produced as part of FP’s Her Power initiative, acting on our continued commitment to amplify women’s voices and perspectives across the foreign policy arena.


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