2018 PRESENTATION - Women's Forum
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FOREWORD T he Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society is a leading platform dedicated to highlighting women’s voices and perspectives on global issues. We believe in women leaders’ distinctive capacity to create positive impact on their employees, communities and societies. Headquartered in Paris with global influence, the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society manifests a commitment to women’s leadership and progress throughout the year with a range of Initiatives in partnership with businesses, cultural and media leaders and non-governmental organisations. Our yearly Global Meeting in Paris has become an unmissable date on the international conference calendar – a place to be and to be heard. With our powerful network that unleashes women’s leadership, our ambition to promote our values through dialogue and concrete solutions, we are transitioning from a convening focus to engaging for impact. We empower leaders – both women and men – to make a difference. We strive to build bridges between generations, countries and cultures. We encourage tolerance and solidarity for and among women in every sector, wherever they are, through daring dialogue at our Meetings around the world. Working with the support of our partners and delegates, the Women’s Forum has convened decision-makers, pioneers and trailblazers to accelerate the impact of women’s leadership and empower women across society. When we make progress for women, we make life better for everyone. This year’s aspiration to bridge humanity as a means of creating a more cohesive and vibrant society is a natural continuation of our past work and our powerful vision for the future. We invite you to join us. Clara Gaymard Chiara Corazza Anne-Gabrielle Heilbronner Executive President Managing Director Member of the Directoire Women’s Forum Women’s Forum Publicis Groupe
VISION Bridging humanity A s the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society highlights women’s perspectives on global social and economic issues, Bridging Humanity is the vision for 2018. From political upheaval to climate change to business disruption to persistent inequality – today’s pressing issues need gendered views to animate debates, provide fresh opinions and create calls for action. Under the vision of Bridging Humanity, the Women’s Forum will create bridges between generations, countries and cultures to generate impact. We believe women are the bridge to a more cohesive and vibrant society, built by recognising their perspectives on humanity’s challenges and realising their leadership potential. Women are half the global population but the sum of their contributions has been held back to date. Their drive to achieve a broader positive impact could span the divides in many domains of our personal and professional lives. Inspired by women’s leadership, the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society brings a distinctly female perspective to addressing the issues affecting all of humanity and engaging for impact toward resolutions. Bridge the issues. In order to create positive impact through their work, interconnections amongst issues must be understood. The Women’s Forum provides this holistic view on global challenges through its Meetings and content, highlighting the overlap amongst issues of business, policy, the environment, gender and society. Bridge the leadership. Women have been under-represented in public and private sector leadership roles, creating a vacuum of female voices in debates about global challenges. Through its work, the Women’s Forum shines a light on women who are tackling the issues of our day, and brings together leaders with diverse experiences and backgrounds. And we inspire high-potential female talents to enter the global conversation and apply new thinking to these issues. Bridge the distance. The world’s challenges are global and interconnected. Our ability to address them requires diverse thinking and multi-stakeholder collaboration. The Women’s Forum’s regional Meetings bring leaders together to address regional challenges in a global context, while our Global Meeting convenes around topics that resonate with everyone, directly or indirectly. By seeking locations that are physically or metaphorically bridges between regions or cultures, the Women’s Forum finds a common ground for leaders of all genders and backgrounds to debate the issues that matter most.
GLOBAL PRESENCE Organising trailblazing Meetings around the world I llustrating the Women’s Forum’s increasingly vital role worldwide as a powerful platform for women’s voices, the flagship Women’s Forum Global Meeting in Paris, builds on the success of Women’s Forum Meetings with a regional focus. Along with the successes of Women’s Forum Brazil in 2012, 2013 and 2014, the international expansion of the Women’s Forum gathered steam with successive Meetings in Myanmar in 2013 and 2014. Women’s Forum Italy, which took place during Expo Milano 2015, focused on issues surrounding food and nutrition from the perspective of gender. In 2016 Global Women’s Forum Dubai examined achievements of women in the Arab world. The inaugural edition of Women’s Forum Mexico highlighted what women and men in Mexico can do to ‘co-create together’. And Women’s Forum Mauritius explored climate change from the perspective of African countries and Small Island Developing States. In 2017, Women’s Forum Rome (26-27 June) focused on revitalising Europe with women’s energy for peace and prosperity while the Women’s Forum Global Meeting convened for the first time in Paris (5-6 October) on the theme ‘Engage for Impact! Daring to lead in a disrupted world’. The second edition of Women’s Forum Mexico (8-9 November) was dedicated to the unsung heros who demonstrated incredible civic engagement during the earthquakes.
P ei in g M h Ie o © Women’s Forum Global Meeting Paris, France Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2017 14-16 November 2018 Paris, France Women’s Forum Canada Toronto Women’s Forum Global Meeting 10-11 May 2018 Deauville-France 2005-2016 Global Women’s Forum Dubai 2016 February 2016 Women’s Forum Asia Shanghai - Beijing 2008-2009 Women’s Forum Mexico Mexico City June 2016 - November 2017 Women’s Forum Singapore Singapore Women’s Forum Brazil 12-13 September 2018 São Paulo 2012-2013-2014 Women’s Forum Italy Milan June 2015 Women’s Forum Myanmar ASEAN - Yangon - Naypyidaw Women’s Forum Rome 2013-2014 26-27 June 2017 Women’s Forum Mauritius June 2016
Bertrand Piccard Initiator and visionary behind Solar Impulse Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2017 “ ” If you want to have an impact and succeed, you need to have first a purpose. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim President of the Republic of Mauritius Women’s Forum Mauritius 2016 “ Unfortunately a disproportionate burden is and will be borne by the poorest and most vulnerable ” countries and populations, when in fact they are not responsible for global warming. Patrice Caine CEO, Thales Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2017 “ Artificial intelligence will make human action more ” efficient & collaborative, but it will be up to clients to use it positively. Maurice Lévy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Publicis Groupe Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2017 “ Gender gap can’t simply be an annual discussion ” at the Forum, it must be a daily agenda in every company. Shirin Ebadi Human Rights Activist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2012 “ Education is the only way to liberation. ”
H.M. Queen Rania Al Abdullah Global Women’s Forum Dubai 2016 “ If you empower a woman, then you empower a whole society. In the Arab region, we are in dire need to catch up with the rest of the world. We ” need strong, educated and enlightened hands to lift our societies so that we may stand again. Emmanuel Macron President of the French Republic Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2016 “ I am a feminist, but my first objective is to be ” recognised by women. Christine Lagarde Managing Director, International Monetary Fund Global Women’s Forum Dubai 2016 “ Whenever women want to achieve something, they need to be able to access finance, and when you look at SMEs, startups, companies around the ” world, the access to finance for women is a lot less than what it is for men. Muzoon Almellehan Goodwill Ambassador, UNICEF Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2017 “ Women should never give up because they have ” the power to make a difference. Emma Bonino Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Italy Women’s Forum Italy 2015 “ ” Invaluable experience has been accumulated; now let’s look ahead.
LOOKING BACK Women’s Forum Rome 2017 Revitalising Europe with women’s energy for peace and prosperity (26-27 June 2017 - Rome, Italy) W omen’s Forum Rome gathered more than 200 thought-leaders representing government and business, Nobel prizewinners and top-level personalities across all sectors from Europe and from Mediterranean countries. Our ambition is to mobilise women’s energy to bolster and restore confidence in the future of Europe, and to build new bridges and facilitate dialogue between Europe and all Mediterranean countries. The Treaty of Rome gave rise to the European Union and to the common desire to improve living standards, guarantee social protection, combat discrimination, encourage cross-border mobility and promote democracy and personal freedom. Six decades after the Treaty of Rome was signed, the European Union has been reeling from one emergency to another, and EU leaders have responded with a “roadmap” in an effort to restore confidence and rally support for its core mission: to achieve lasting peace and growth for its 500 million citizens. Women’s Forum Rome created momentum and delivered strong messages for co-operation, growth, research & innovation, energy, infrastructure, mobility, investment & finance, education, culture. And it provided an opportunity to discuss and take action on behalf of European values, to foster prosperity and secure peace. Commit to European values Villa Medici, Rome
Kersti Kaljulaid, Clara Gaymard, Antonio Anjani, Monsignor Antonio Mennini, Chiara Corazza Jean-Michel Wilmotte, Monica Maggioni, Selma Elloumi Rekik, Florence Notter, Carlo d’Asaro Biondo, Vera Michalski-Hoffmann, Daniela Vincenti Kersti Kaljulaid, Chiara Corazza, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, Anna Maria Corazza Bildt, Angeline Fournier
Muriel Mayette-Holtz, Pier Carlo Padoan A session at the Villa Medici Paola Gradi, Chiara Corazza, Rima Sabbagh, Hosna Al Rachid, Clara Gaymard, Neveen Al Tahri, Hanan Saab, Sana Bardawil Anne-Gabrielle Heilbronner
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LOOKING BACK Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2017 Engage for impact! Daring to lead in a disrupted world (5-6 October 2017 - Paris, France) W e live in urgent times. The world has been rocked by political, social, economic and environmental shifts. Unexpected election results revealed the fault lines in our societies. Populism and protectionism are rising, political tensions are escalating, armed conflict and natural disasters caused by climate change are destroying livelihoods and lives. At the same time, accelerating technological innovation, automation and artificial intelligence are changing not just the way we work, but also the way we relate to each other and conceive of our place in the world. The Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2017 attracted 2,000 delegates from more than 81 countries to discuss the most critical issues of our time, from climate change to technological disruption. The Meeting took as its theme, “Engage for impact! Daring to lead in a disrupted world!” Some of the world’s most influential, passionate and visionary leaders spoke. Delegates included women who work in war zones, artists, influencers, entrepreneurs, business executives, young rising talents and many others. Special country delegations added to the depth and complexity of discussions. Through discussion and spirited debate, they examined the world’s most pressing issues and envisioned solutions. This exploration of solutions was grouped into five main pillars: daring to lead, embracing our humanity, harnessing technology, thriving through Carrousel du Louvre, Paris © Ieoh Ming Pei creativity and shaping the future of work. The world’s problems concern all humans, not just women, but women have a growing role in resolving them. Women leaders offer fresh perspectives; they take a long-term view, and they are skilled at building bridges and creating the conditions for action and impact.
Valérie Pécresse Clara Gaymard, Angel Gurría, Nina Gardner, Georges Desvaux, Beth Brooke, Maurice Lévy, Michel Landel The Discovery Hall Clara Gaymard, Bruno Lemaire, Chiara Corazza Virginie Robert, Jean-Bernard Lévy, Claire Dorland-Clauzel, Rachel Kyte, Hindou Orange Corner Oumarou Ibrahim Dior exhibition at Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris
Isabelle Kocher, Ann Walker Marchant, Ertharin Cousin, Jean Lemierre Clara Gaymard, Chiara Corazza, Anne-Gabrielle Heilbronner, Anne Hidalgo at Erin Baumgartner, Laurent Troger, Chiara Corazza, Catherine Guillouard Hotel de Ville de Paris Maurice Lévy, Anne Sinclair, Pierre-François Veil Chinese Delegation Gala reception at CESE in Paris
900+ 150+ 27 30+ delegates speakers countries sessions represented
LOOKING BACK Women’s Forum Mexico 2017 Unleash your leadership! (8-9 November 2017 - Mexico City, Mexico) T his is an opportunity to look at major trends and realise an open and culturally dynamic 21st century Mexico. Better leadership must go together with new leadership – new modes of managing companies and unleashing Mexico’s talent, new identities and inspiration for Mexicans as a people and for the country in the region and the world. This second edition of Women’s Forum Mexico brought together women and men, each an influencer or high potential in his or her field, for forward-looking debates intended to contribute to national renewal, encourage corporate innovation, and support individual leadership development. Our premise was that women’s experience, expertise, and vision are essential for achieving viable social and economic advancements – so we featured women leaders from Mexico and abroad in dialogue with their men counterparts. On the agenda for Women’s Forum Mexico: • How to promote more civic engagement to strengthen Mexico’s leadership? • Diversification: Our no. 1 priority • The trends we must take into account for a thriving 21st century workforce • Do it! Being leaders in our sectors • Learning from Mexico’s successes in doing business with Canada and Latin America • Changing the narrative for women: A needed cultural dialogue Zócalo Square, Mexico City
Marie-Agathe Charpagne, Mariel Reyes Gil Anne-Gabrielle Heilbronner Standing: Rosario Perez, Rania Anderson, Thierry M. Guillot, Caroline Codsi, Seating: Norma Bastidas, Mayra Gonzalez, Anel Garcia, Chiara Corazza, Estelle Guillot Olga Sánchez Cordero CEO Champions
Canadian Delegation with Mélanie Joly and Chiara Corazza Beatriz Gasca Acevedo, Gabriela Rocha, Lucia Mijares Martinez, Daniela Lecuona, Alexandra von Wobeser, Lorena Guillé, Olga Segura, Marie-Agathe Charpagne, Lorna Campbell, Francesca Alessandra Romita Iturbe Dayle Haddon Erika Ender
Women’s Forum engagement in gender equality
Marlène Schiappa, Brigitte Macron, Chiara Corazza, Emmanuel Macron at Elysée Palace on International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women for the launch of new Laws and Initiatives on Gender Equality Birna Einarsdóttir, Linabelle Ruth R. Villarica, Chiara Corazza, Augusto López- Isabelle Gounin-Levy, Clara Gaymard, Mercedes Erra, Marie-Claire Daveu at Claros at Women Political Leaders Annual Summit 2017 in Reykjavík Parlement du Féminin in Paris Clara Gaymard at the Financial Times conference Women at the Top in London Laura Frati Gucci, Ana Maria Sanchez Sanchez, Chiara Corazza, Irene Natividad at Women Chefs d’Entreprises Mondiales in Rome Nadereh Chamlou, Chiara Corazza, Dr Nitya Mohan Khemka, Aisha Oyebode Silvana Koch-Mehrin, Kersti Kaljulaid, Chiara Corazza at Women Political Leaders at the 10th Edition of the Young Arab Women Leaders Conference in London Annual Summit 2017 in Reykjavík
2500+ 100+ 70 40+ delegates speakers countries sessions represented
LOOKING BACK Global Women’s Forum Dubai 2016 Let’s innovate! (23-24 February 2016) G lobal Women’s Forum Dubai (23-24 February 2016), the first international Women’s Forum Meeting in the MENA region, gathered together leaders from the public and private sector – women as well as men – to encourage and enable women’s contribution to business and society in the region and beyond. Building on the theme “Let’s Innovate!”, Global Women’s Forum Dubai was an unprecedented platform for developing workable strategies and lasting networks, and for inspiring women across all generations and geographies. The programme drew upon five agenda streams – Achieving, Creating, Giving, Energising and Sustaining – which were echoed in every session during Global Women’s Forum Dubai. Among the sessions at Global Women’s Forum Dubai 2016: • Innovative thinking for tomorrow’s cities • The turning point: The breakthrough moment that determines not only what you do but who you are • Voices from the Gulf: Addressing misperceptions • Open innovation, a leap in medical advances • Gender matters for energy • Creating lasting social impact • Empowering women through SROI • Mothers, the ultimate shadow teachers • Achieving maximum effectiveness in the boardroom Amal Al Abdullah Al Qubaisi
800+ 150+ 30 30+ delegates speakers countries sessions represented
LOOKING BACK Women’s Forum Mexico 2016 Co-creando junt@s / Co-creating together (27-28 April 2016) T he first edition of Women’s Forum Mexico brought together more than 800 remarkable women and men leaders from Mexico, the United States, Latin America and Europe. They came to “co-create together”, to discuss how women may be included with men in the opportunities opening up after reforms in the Mexican economy. They also came to address questions such as: What more is needed to improve women’s ability to help create new economic opportunities? And how can more women be drawn out of the informal sector, to become researchers and successful business owners? Among the sessions at Women’s Forum Mexico 2016: • Energy, finance, infrastructure, telecoms: Improving women’s access to new opportunities • Beyond educational reforms to providing the talent Mexico will need tomorrow • Advancing women in our companies: The economic case and next steps • Enabling women to be business creators • Assuming the responsibilities of becoming powerful • The status of women in Mexico: What still needs to change? Eufrosina Cruz Mendoza
350+ 150+ 30 30+ delegates speakers countries sessions represented
LOOKING BACK Women’s Forum Mauritius 2016 Meeting the climate challenge for SIDS and Africa (20-21 June 2016) U nder the patronage of H.E. Dr Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, President of the Republic of Mauritius, Women’s Forum Mauritius showcased Mauritius’ remarkably rich natural flora and fauna, while addressing why the country is a global biodiversity hotspot today. Women’s Forum Mauritius took up the innovation challenge for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and Africa during a high-level two-day meeting for scientists, policymakers, business leaders and entrepreneurs. Women at the forefront of the climate and biodiversity movements gathered with their men counterparts in a unique meeting that built capacity and empowered those who attended. Among the sessions at Women’s Forum Mauritius 2016: • Br inging more women and youth into the innovation movement • Achieving resilient water supply and sanitation in an era of climate change Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, Nicolas Hulot, Laurence Tubiana ©Micheline Pelletier • A planet where our children can still live: The essential role of politicians • Climate, agriculture, biodiversity: Challenges and ways forward • Climate and energy: Challenges and ways forward • Strategies for nurturing frugal GREEN innovation • Sci-tech breakthroughs for biodiversity, agriculture and health
1250+ 270+ 70 100+ delegates speakers countries sessions represented
LOOKING BACK Women’s Forum Global Meeting 2016 Is the sharing economy a sharing world? (30 November-2 December 2016) B uilding on the theme, “Is the sharing economy a sharing world?”, the 12th edition of the Women’s Forum Global Meeting offered a critical exploration of the sharing economy and its disruptive business models. Among the sessions at the 2016 Women Forum Global Meeting: • Financial services meet the sharing economy • The gig economy is/is not revolutionising the world of work • What the sharing economy looks like outside Europe and North America • Sharing the responsibilities for Europe • Practising the community-based new economy • Investing for human and natural resilience • What America’s choice means for women • How can we as influencers better promote Jürgen Hecker, Tamsyn Attiwell, Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière, Estelle Métayer, Maria Ressa women’s entrepreneurship in new sectors? • Empowering women entrepreneurs to take risks The 2016 Women’s Forum Global Meeting also offered workshops to build leadership skills and create practical sectorial and business-role exchanges. The Discovery, recognised globally as the Women’s Forum’s signature (net)working space, was co- created with the support of partners in a dedicated 2,000 square-metre hall at the 2016 Women’s Forum Global Meeting.
Some of t he spe a ke r s a t pre v ious Me e t ings Our editorial approach T he Global and Regional Meetings of the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society are animated by programmes and initiatives taking on the most pressing global issues and challenges facing humanity. With each programme, our goal is to focus on Aimee Mullins driving the discussion towards action and ask participants – what do we do next? We are committed to bringing diverse perspectives to these discussions. They include leaders from different backgrounds and experiences, multiple geographical regions, both the public and private sector, including cultural organisations and NGOs. We also succeed in creating a mix of established and up-and-coming contributors to our plenary sessions and discussions, moving beyond the usual suspects. With their finger on the pulse of established and emergent issues, our speakers put our programme Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala at the leading edge of a global exchange of ideas. Jean-Bernard Lévy A narrative focus for each year – in 2018 an aspiration to bridge humanity as a means of creating a more cohesive and vibrant society – – as well as the related themes of each meeting help to organise our collective thinking and unlock a body of insights and content that create influence and impact throughout the year. The creation of programmes and initiatives for the year’s meetings are supported by an editorial director and committee of senior thought leaders in business, government, cultural, media and civil society. This brain trust reflects the same diversity of experience and opinion that we seek to bring to Phumzile Miambo-Ngcuka the programme itself.
Irina Bokova Muhtar Kent Sheikha Lubna Al-Quasimi Muhammad Yunus Barbara Hendricks Isabelle Kocher Angel Gurría Mary Goudie Angelique Kidjo Taslima Nasreen Valérie Pécresse Mayra González Florence Parly Diane von Furstenberg Salma Hayek Pinault Yann Arthus-Bertrand
Promoting Women’s Forum key goals over the long-term through Initiatives
Angel Gurría, Nina Gardner, Georges Desvaux, Beth Brooke, Maurice Lévy
WOMEN’S FORUM INITIATIVES Tracking and driving measurable progress for women’s advancement C EO Champions is an initiative launched 8 years ago, designed to drive progress and accountability for women’s advancement in the private and public sectors. The peer-to- peer network presents an opportunity for CEOs to underscore their organisation’s commitment to women’s advancement as well as taking a strong leadership role in the broader global economy and society. CEO Champions members are active, highly committed participants who track and drive measurable progress for women’s advancement through on-record mutual commitments and accountability. Now in its eighth year, the CEO Champions Initiative is a pioneer as a high-level international platform that advocates for the inclusion of both men and women at the leadership level in the private as well as the public sector.
First row: Evgenia Peeva, Karen Tay, Floriane de Lassée, Lauren Bohn Second row: Daniela Nascimento Fainberg, Karla Segovia, Emilie Goodall, Vinciane Debaille, Tara Shirvani, Clarisse Toutée Third row: Mina Dimitrova, Gisela Pinheiro, Evelyne Sevin (Egon Zehnder), Marina S. Levin, Philippine de T’Serclaes, Florence Tondu-Mélique, Francesca Alessandra Romita Iturbe, Deborah Berger, Lorena Guillé, Beatriz Gasca Acevedo, Ha My Nguyen (Women’s Forum) Last row: Edwin Smelt (Egon Zehnder), Simone Stebler (Egon Zehnder), Mary Fitzgerald, Sophie Kahn, Lea von Bidder, Marie-Lora Mungai, Katharina Schmitt, Amandine Ayrem (Eurazeo), Jennifer Le Corre (Women’s Forum)
WOMEN’S FORUM INITIATIVES Nurturing talent among women for the future of global business and society T he Women’s Forum Rising Talents Initiative, celebrating its 10 th Anniversary in 2017, aims to distinguish highly talented young women who are on their way to becoming influential figures in our economies and societies. This initiative is a commitment to promote women leaders and bring the vision of rising generations to the Women’s Forum. The Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society and its partners share a common belief: that the identification and nurturing of talent among women is critical for the future of global business and society. Each year some 20 young women join the Rising Talents network, attend the Women’s Forum Global Meeting and regional Women’s Forum Meetings, and benefit from enhanced networking activities during these events and in the future.
WOMEN’S FORUM STRATEGIC COMMITTEE What is the Daring Circle? B uilding on the theme of the Global Meeting in October 2017 – “Daring to lead in a disrupted world”, the Daring Circle invites leaders to question assumptions, and to re-engage for the impact they want to create. The ambition of the Daring Circle is to translate the rich agenda of these Meetings into permanent conversations delivering tangible positive societal and economic outcomes. The Daring Circle will invite select business leaders, experts and influencers to do exactly that: engage for long-term positive impact on issues where the leadership of women is paramount, supporting it and empowering women to take action across society. Together, the Daring Circles will inform and shape the debate on those issues and promote collaborative ways of working among our institutions in the face of continuing global disruption. How will the Daring Circles work? • Strategic Members will have first-right a refusal to take a leading role in their participation of the Daring Circles of the Women’s Forum, including having the opportunity to join the programme best suited to their expertise and purpose. • Each programme will feature a combination of strategic members, a knowledge partner(s) to source content and insights and an institutional partner(s) with relevant policy influence and expertise (eg; OECD, UNWomen, ICRC, C40). • Each Daring Circle will be developed with the support of the content partner of the Women’s Forum, Kite Global Advisors. • Daring Circles are designed to generate evidence-based insights that will motivate and inform action among both Daring Circle members and beyond. • They will run for 12-18 months depending on the scope of the programme. • During and in between the Women’s Forum Meetings, the Forum will ensure that members connect, exchange ideas and insights among peers, agree priorities and initiatives and monitor progress.
Upcoming Meetings Women’s Forum Canada 10-11 May 2018 Toronto, Canada Women’s Forum Singapore 12-13 September 2018 Singapore Women’s Forum Global Meeting 14-16 November 2018 Paris, France www.womens-forum.com
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