Stories from field
Watch this Call to Action video from Nigeria, and learn about why the private sector is crucial to empower women and girls in the country.
Building on the seized momentum created through the WEPs in Asia-Pacific and leveraging the established stakeholder networks, inclusive of UN Women’s business network (2,000+ Asia-Pacific WEPs signatories), broader ecosystem stakeholders, such as regional governmental bodies ASEAN7, co
Learn about WEPs activities in Jordan, and listen to the signatories in the country on why gender equality matters for their business and why they have been working with the WEPs.
UN Women has teamed up with the other Ring the Bell for Gender Equality (RTB) partners for the ninth consecutive year to co-organize RTB events and stock exchanges in commemoration of the 2023 International Women’s Day (IWD).
Since early 2021, UN Women has explored innovative market-driven solutions to address the care crisis illuminated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UN Women and Nokia have partnered under a global memorandum of understanding to address the low number of female employees in Nokia's office in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
“Technology is the most powerful tool for supporting women. It can really make a quick and transformative change in reducing gender inequality, and defeating the injustices that girls face not only in technology but because of their own gender in general.