05.26.2014 - 05.27.2014
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WHY IS ICELAND THE WORLD'S GLOBAL LEADER IN GENDER EQUALITY?
Since 2009 and according to the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Report, Iceland is the global leader in gender equality. Dur…
Founded in 2005, the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society is the world's leading platform featuring women's views and voices on major social and economic issues. Deploying women's experience and expertise across all generations and geographies, it offers practical discussions on how to overcome barriers and create new horizons and opportunities, as well as broad, rich and edgy debate on important ideas. The Women's Forum also promotes the advancement of women world-wide via business and social networks.
The Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society Meetings highlight remarkable women and men from around the world who are involved in politics, business, civil society and academia. Its annual Global Meeting features novel ideas from advanced and emerging nations in a format that combines plenary and smaller sessions as well as the Discovery Program, a uniquely vibrant content relay of discussions, interactive sessions and practical workshops. The Women's Forum Regional Meetings echo this footprint in terms of gender and sector representation, with a sharper focus on specific regional issues.
In addition to these essential meetings, the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society expresses its commitment to women's progress throughout the year via a range of Initiatives set up in partnership with corporations, media groups and non-governmental organizations. These long-term initiatives seek to empower women through entrepreneurship and education, by fast-tracking young talent, amplifying women's voices in the media, promoting adaptive leadership characteristics and showcasing CEOs who champion the empowerment and advancement of women.
Based in Paris, the Women's Forum is a subsidiary of Publicis Groupe and is supported by corporate partnerships.
09.25.2013 by Valérie Tandeau De Marsac
The importance of promoting the culture of equality in the workplace expands way beyond the field of corporate social responsibility. It is a general principle of international law ratified by all member countries of the United Nations, and thus the responsibility of all actors of our modern societies, including the media. However, statistical evidence (the last by Global Media Monitoring Program which conducts a survey in over 100 countries around the world every five years) unfortu...
09.25.2013 by Benedicte Faivre-Tavignot
As the Millennium Development Goals are redefined, it is becoming increasingly clear that if poverty is to be reduced or even wiped out, ...keep reading
09.25.2013 by Dr Bertrand Piccard
When Charles Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic in his single-seater plane and reached Paris almost completely out of fuel, who could have im...keep reading
The Cartier Women's Initiative Awards are an international business plan competition for women entrepreneurs.
The Rising Talents is the Women's Forum young women leaders network.
CEO Champions is a global CEO-only group designed to drive progress and accountability for women’s advancement within the private sector.
Women in Media aims to contribute to strengthening women's voices and their representation as experts and professionals in the media, whether traditional or digital.
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT
Christophe de Margerie
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi