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Inclusivity and Intersectionality - Toolkit and Annual Report 2019
Source: Women and Work APPG -
Research: Women Score Higher Than Men in Most Leadership Skills
Source: Harvard Business Review
Third of FTSE 100 board members now women, but Business Secretary says more needs to be done
Sex and Power 2020
A breakdown of percentages of women in power across politics, business and public life.
An analysis of women's representation in politics, businesses, the arts and more, as well as the state of affairs for women of colour - who are simply missing altogether from the highest levels of many sectors.
Our conclusions and recommendations, including improvements to gender pay gap reporting and the introduction of mandatory reporting on the gender pay gap by ethnicity.
Source: Fawcett Society
Global Gender Gap Report 2020
Source: World Economic Forum
Sponsoring Women’s Success
Source: Sponsoring Women's Success
Pilot evaluation - Lifting Limits
Source: Lifting Limits
Women In Financial Services 2020
Source: Women In Financial Services 2020
FTSE Women Leaders | Hampton Alexander Review
Source: Hampton-Alexander Review
Are you Missing Millions? - The commercial imperative for putting a gender lens on your business
Source: 30% Club and PwC
Revealing the appetite for Responsible Investment
“Responsible” or “sustainable” finance and a focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors have moved firmly into the mainstream today.
A sea of voices