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A 30-country survey to mark International Women’s Day
The two former prime ministers sat down to discuss their experiences at the highest level of politics, the obstacles they faced, and what we can do to improve gender equality and women's political representation.
This new course will equip you with the tools to improve gender inclusion in your organisation. This nine-month programme offers evidence-based strategies to break down systemic barriers to gender inclusivity; develop inclusive leadership practices; and mitigate the impact of Covid-19 to achieve a gender equal recovery.
3 August 2022
Without better evidence, there's a risk we're only exacerbating existing gender gaps
4 May 2022
How can organisations foster compassionate leadership and make real progress towards gender equality…
16 March 2022
To celebrate International Women’s Day, former Prime Minister of Australia and Chair of the Global…
10 March 2022
This new course will equip you with the tools to improve gender inclusion in your organisation
Our podcast series features GIWL Chair Julia Gillard in conversation with prominent women including Hillary Clinton, Sandi Toksvig, Caroline Criado-Perez, Mary Beard and more. Subscribe now so you never miss an episode.
Evidence-based tactics for inclusive working cultures
The UK must catch up to other countries if it's to see faster progress
Women represent less than a fifth of those quoted
Redundancy decisions may not take into account the extra pressures people have been under
The latest edition of Essays on Equality explores the gendered impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on a global scale. The essays take an intersectional approach, examining the pandemic experiences of different groups of women – including single mothers, pregnant women, migrant women, and indigenous women – and the adequacy (or inadequacy) of national and international policy responses to address them.
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Why progress on gender equality can't wait
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