Gender equality on boards and in the media: two sides of the same coin
Demand for senior female executives in large corporates should be on the up. Women hold more and more economic power, being increasingly the key decision-makers on consumer purchases, the main breadwinners in households, and representing the majority of highly qualified graduates. The tide is also turning in terms of the feminisation of stakeholder influence on large corporates.
But things don't seem to be playing out as the simple law of supply and demand would suggest. The majority of organisations seem to be anchored in the belief that 25 to 30% female representation will provide sufficient diversity in the boardroom to sustain corporate success.
Join us to the Accelerate! discussion on Women on Boards organised by the SOFIA Foundation!
What Wikipedia can't tell you about Women on Boards
Amazone, Rue du Méridien 10, Brussels
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Registration is still open!
Accelerate! Women in Media Conference 2.0: Amplify the Voice of Female Experts
In a media partnership with France 24
Brussels, 26th of October 2016
Click here to learn more about the conference.
Networking Aperitivo con Tavola Rotonda:
Donne Veronesi nei CDA
organised by PWA Milan and PWN Verona
21 October, 19:00-22:30
@ Crowne Plaza Hotel
Tavola Rotonda "Donne & Media"
organised by PWA Milan
8 Jun 2016, 18:00 - 21:30
@Hotel Dei Cavalieri. Milan, IT
Konferencja #jawmediach /
Women in Media Conference
organised by PWN Warsaw
28 Apr 2016, 09:00-16:00
@Zapraszamy w czwartek, 28 kwietnia 2016 r., Hotel Grand, ul. Krucza 28, Warszawie!, Warsaw, PL
08 Apr 2016, 09:00 – 16:00 @ Flagey
Building Place Sainte-Croix/Heilig-kruisplein, 1050 Brussels
Download here: Accelerate! « Women in Media » Guides for women stepping forth, and for organizations supporting gender parity in the information media.
Access here: Videos of our workshop leaders at the Accelerate! « Women in Media » conference - 8 April, Brussels
Access here: Our video with impressive quotes by great women talking about the presence of women experts in the media