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Rights, Representation, and the Power of Storytelling

Virtual
Women, Equity, and Global Development Forum

How do we continue to frame, tell, and promote stories representative of all identities to advocate for the most vulnerable?

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Past Events

Prioritizing a Gender Inclusive Economic Recovery

PAST EVENT VIDEO
Women, Equity, and Global Development Forum

Building a sustainable and inclusive post-pandemic global economic recovery must center women and girls.

Women wearing protective face masks walk at the financial and business district of La Defense, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Paris, France, November 9, 2020.
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Building Better Black Futures

PAST EVENT VIDEO
Women, Equity, and Global Development Forum

In honor of Juneteenth, activists Alicia Garza and Liz Dozier discuss how empowering Black communities through civic and policy engagement is essential to addressing inequalities and systemic racism.

A mural is displayed on Litehouse Whole Food Grill on Dodge Avenue in the Fifth Ward, known as the historic Black community, in Evanston, Illinois
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Commentary & Analysis

Irina Konstantinovsky on Pay Equity

Video Series
Wait Just a Minute

Irina Konstantinovsky, executive vice president and chief human resources and diversity officer at Horizon Therapeutics, takes a minute to define pay equity.

Irina Konstantinovsky explains pay equity
Inclusion and Equity

COVID-19 Threatens Global Progress on Gender Equality 

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

Jamille Bigio joins Brian Hanson to explain why gender equality is critical to economic prosperity and global security.

two women prepare food in mexico wearing masks
REUTERS
Inclusion and Equity

Research

Serving the Citizens—Not the Bureaucracy

RESEARCH
Report by Sascha Haselmayer

New America's Sascha Haselmayer presents a strategic vision for city procurement.

City planners look at a document
Global Cities

Republican Views on Racial Inequality Starkly Contrast Those of Democrats

RESEARCH
Public Opinion Survey by Dina Smeltz

A large majority of Democrats (73%) consider racial inequality in the United States a critical threat to the country, while Republicans consider it a relatively low-level threat.

Protest signs outside of the White House
Reuters
Public Opinion

Experts