The Part 1: Changing the Narrative quantitative survey delivered ground breaking and cutting edge data and perspective from across the sector, reflecting the responses of women and men during the extraordinary circumstances of a sector tackling the challenges of Covid-19.

The Part 1: Changing the Narrative report delivered new insights and actionable recommendations based on cross-sector research and the extraordinary expertise and experience of our partners, the London School of Economics and The Wisdom Council, and forms an important foundation for the Good Finance Framework and the broader ACT Research Programme.

Please click the button below to read the Accelerating Change Together Part 1: Changing the Narrative report

We were delighted to open London’s markets on 26th November 2020 to celebrate WIBF’s 40th anniversary and to share the Part 1: Changing the Narrative findings more widely. Please click below to hear more from Elise Badoy, WIBF’s Head of Research, and a panel of distinguished speakers including David Schwimmer, CEO LSEG and Dr Grace Lordan, Associate Professor in Behavioural Science at the LSE and Founding Director of the Inclusion Initiative.

Read more about the event here.


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