Beyond a huge social issue, gender inequality is a massive economic challenge. According to the EU, improving gender equality would increase the EU’s GDP per capita by 6.1 to 9.6%, create an additional 10.5 million jobs by 2050, and improve staff retention, access to talent, or opportunities for innovation. So how can we help close the gender gap and enable this economic growth?
Gender Equality: a Must-Have for Economic Growth
Anne T. Kuriakose
Senior Social Development Specialist. The World Bank. Washington, United States of America
Patria Sanz Cameo
Vice-President for Equality, Human Resources and Institutional Culture, and Digital Inclusion. ONCE. Madrid, Spain
Managing Director at ebbf, B Corp Ambassador, Cofounder Impact Hub Madrid. ebbf.org, B Lab Europe, NOW.partners. Madrid.
Rosa Maria Vidal Monferrer
Secretary of the Board of Directors. WAS (Women Action Sustainability). Madrid, Spain
Thank you for registering to Tomorrow.City. You can now start exploring from your computer, or with your phone or tablet downloading our app!