The equal representation of women and men in all levels of decision-making, employment and education, is essential. Gender parity goes far deeper than the simply symbolic and visible advancement of specific individuals. It is a crucial indicator of progress towards gender equality. And more importantly, it is a fundamental matter of rights: women and men must be able to participate equally in all spheres of life. They must be equally empowered to voice their opinions and argue for their needs.
I support the IGC Panel Parity Pledge.
I support the IGC gender-based violence pledge.