03 Jun 2021
This dialogue will introduce the idea of how to be Parentsmart at work, and what Parentsmart employers can gain from supporting working parents, both in terms of competence development as well as other wins and KPIs. It will also provide insights on how to engage leaders and role models.
29 Apr 2021
This next webinar will focus on sharing recommendations for supporting women entrepreneurs that came out of the recent Virtual Café that was held with women entrepreneurs and representatives of IORA Member States and Chambers of Commerce from the Indian Ocean Rim region.
22 Apr 2021
On 22 April 2021, the WE EMPOWER - G7 Programme hosted "Being Successful with Engaging Presentations" learning session. The session was designed to learn how different storytelling techniques, presentation materials, and delivery styles can improve how one give presentations to others.
16 Mar 2021
A growing number of stakeholders, including employees, consumers, investors, and civil society, are calling on companies to disclose more information on their efforts towards gender equality.
The evidence base for doing so and for promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment continues to expand:
08 Mar 2021
In celebration of the International Women’s Day, 90+ stock exchanges around the world are ringing the bell for gender equality and women’s empowerment in March 2021. Many of them are adopting the Women’s Empowerment Principles. This is part of a global collaboration between UN Women and the International Finance Corporation, Sustainable Stock Exchange Initiative, UN Global Compact, Women in ETF and World Federation of Exchanges.
08 Mar 2021
On International Women’s Day this year, join UN Women’s EU-funded WeEmpowerAsia programme for the virtual discussion “Women in Leadership: What Does It Take?” to hear from business leaders and policymakers about the most tangible actions companies are taking to help women advance into leadership positions and fully participate in the economy.
02 Mar 2021
The struggle for gender equality is essential to secure a sustainable, inclusive, and prosperous economy that benefits all. The private sector has the power to generate innovation, employment and financing that can bridge the gender gaps in the business sector. Global research has proven that companies investing in women, supporting women’s leadership, and committing to gender equality more often than not outperform their competitors. Equal treatment of women and men is not just the right thing to do – it is also good for business now and in the future.