This event will kick off International Women's Week. For Champions only.
Focal Points edition to celebrate International Women's Week and launch of the IGC 2018 Annual Report
Lunch briefing with Lore Vandewalle at the Graduate Institute in Geneva
L’Université de Genève (Service égalité et Bioscope) et les HUG organisent une formation continue sur le thème "Sexe, genre, sexualités".
In collaboration with UN Geneva and ILO, with the exceptional participation of Yalitza Aparicio.
A major report on the Future of Women at Work is scheduled to be released on International Women’s Day 2019.
The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights will open with the screening of On Her Shoulders, paying tribute to women human rights defenders around the world.
What statistical issues are at stake when we talk about “gender and trade” and which data are necessary for gender-responsive trade policy? Join UNCTAD, Global Affairs Canada, Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Sweden, OECD and Equal Measures 2030 for a robust early-morning discussion at the WTO Public Forum. An IGC Trade Impact Group event.
Further to the 2017 WTO Buenos Aires Declaration on Trade and Women’s Economic Empowerment, what are the best practices and innovative strategies designed to assist women to globalise? Come and find out during an insightful discussion between key stakeholders at the WTO Public Forum. An IGC Trade Impact Group event.
The Trade Impact Group is organizing a series of interconnected events that continue the Buenos Aires Declaration on Women and Trade conversation at the WTO Public Forum. 'Aligning Gender, Rights and Trade'; 'Data and Statistics for Gender-Responsive Trade Policy'; 'Placing Business Women at the Heart of the Trading System: Innovative Models at Work'; 'Disrupting the Gender Digital Divide: What Role for International Trade Policy?'
The World Bank, CEDAW Experts, Canada and Women@theTable discuss aligning gender, human rights and trade and how to make the system more resilient and inclusive at the WTO Public Forum. An IGC Trade Impact Group event.
Women constructing peace in Colombia. Dialogues of knowledge, gender and local practices in the post-agreements
The final peace agreements in Colombia were signed in 2016 after more that fifty years of war. While enormous challenges to implement them remain, multiple local gendered practices of peace construction can be observed.
Hosted by the Republic of Korea under the MIKTA group framework at the WTO with the IGC Trade Impact Group - Room W
This exhibition focuses on women experiencing homelessness and illustrates the specific needs of women experiencing homelessness and why a gender-neutral approach often fails to support women.