Putting Gender-Equality on the G20 Agenda: Views from Milan
The meeting will offer the opportunity to explore potential recommendations for the G20 to consider, focussing on the 120/2011 Golfo-Mosca law also known as the ‘pink quotas’. Participants will examine how the law has impacted gender equality and gender-inclusive growth in Italy. The discussion will then explore whether quotas are a desirable and compatible mechanism for other G20 countries and possible alternatives.
This event is part of a research project piloted by the International Economics Department at Chatham House, entitled ‘Putting Gender-Equality on the G20 Agenda’. The objective of this initiative is to promote gender-balanced economics as a modern policy model to promote economic growth within the G20.
This event is by invitation only.