Women Deliver Partner Side Event on “Future of Work: Women in the 21st Century Workplace”
Over 150 leaders in the business community and from civil society, attending the Women Deliver conference, gathered for a conversation about the changing world of work and its implications for women's economic empowerment. The event was hosted by WE EMPOWER – G7, UN Women, ILO and the European Union, in collaboration with G(irls)20.
The event was emceed by Anna Falth, Economic Advisor and WE EMPOWER Manger at UN Women, who engaged participants through three segments: (1) one fireside chat with UN Women’s Executive Director, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka and the European Union Ambassador and Principle Advisor on Gender and the UNSCR 1325, Mara Marinaki; (2) a panel discussion with Dr. Wendy Cukier at Ryerson University and Lareina Yee, Chief Diversity Officer at Mckinsey; and (3) Interactive discussion. Two young women moderated the sessions: Emily Mills, Founder of How She Hustles; and Bailey Greenspon, Senior Programme Manager of G(irls)20.
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Photo credit: UN Women/WE EMPOWER
This Women Deliver 2019 partner side event will include a fireside chat and interactive discussion on the topic “Future of Work: Women in the 21st Century Workplace”.
Key leaders in the business community and public sector will be invited to discuss the changing world of work and its implications for women’s employment and decent work. Jobs of the future is a key emerging area that is galvanizing both excitement and concern: if we are not making drastic and transformative changes on the economic and labour market policies and strategies, women and girls risk losing out on what the 21st Century labour market, workplace and marketplace have to offer.