Financial Equality

“To build future economies that are both dynamic and inclusive, we must ensure that ensure that everyone has equal opportunity. When women and girls are not integrated – as beneficiary and shaper – the global community loses out on skills, ideas and perspectives that are critical for addressing global challenges and harnessing new opportunities.”

  • World Economic Forum (2017), “The Global Gender Gap Report 2017”, December 2017. ©2017 World Economic Forum.

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“(There is a) strong correlation between a country’s gender gap and its economic performance…Countries that want to remain competitive and inclusive will need to make gender equality a critical part of their nation’s human capital development. In particular, learning between countries and public-private cooperation within countries will be critical elements of closing the gender gap.”

  • WEF (2018), “2018 Global Gender Gap Report”, December 2018.

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