GCNI’s 5th Gender Equality Summit in India resonates the global commitment and action on gender equality by creating a forum for diverse stakeholders to engage in the dialogue on Target 2030. Based on the core principles of human rights, environment, labour, and anti-corruption, the aim of the summit is to further advance the gender equality and climate change narrative by offering new and cutting-edge solutions, strategies, and policy recommendations and propose vital frameworks towards a gender-responsive climate commitment. In essence, the summit’s distinguished panelists and high-level member speakers from diverse fields – academics, government and private sector, members from civil society organizations and not-for-profits, and policy practitioners, will create pathways on the opportunities and challenges ahead.
The objectives of the Summit are:
Speakers/ Panel members at the summit comprise of :
Gender inequality is deeply embedded in our society, even as India has taken rapid strides and established herself as a global force. We cannot wish away the reality that there is significant room for improvement when it comes to incorporating women in dominant political, social and economic narratives. While we have definitely made a start, it is critical to maintain momentum and for this all stakeholders must take active steps to embed gender...