A 2020 report from the World Bank Group showed that the world could achieve a ‘gender dividend’ of $172 trillion by closing gaps in lifetime labour earnings between women and men. Another 2020 study by Citigroup found that over the past 20 years, race-based inequalities cost the GDP of the United States approximately $16 trillion. These are just two of many data points proving that more inclusive economies would be stronger and more prosperous. What trends are we seeing and what would real progress look like?
Consumers and civil society at large are expressing growing expectations related to corporate practices on issues such as gender, peace, climate, and health. How can companies and business leaders respond in ways that earn and shore up public trust? How can corporate commitments act for a sustainable future?Read More Get Tickets
Gender economist and Pipeline CEO, Katica Roy, gives a keynote at the Headliners Stage on ensuring equitable opportunities for women in the industry.Read More Get Tickets