Before the pandemic, it was estimated that globally, for every hour of unpaid work done by a man, a woman had worked three. Now, in the age of remote working, that number has doubled.
In fact, global data from the UN suggests that the coronavirus pandemic could wipe out 25 years of increasing gender equality as women once again assume responsibility for domestic chores and family care.
With even our own government still resorting to lazy gender stereotypes in their communications, it’s clear that urgent change is needed.
As culture and engagement specialists, this International Women’s Day, we want to help our clients and our industry challenge the thinking, policies and behaviours that are once again holding women back.
Join us for a virtual panel debate as we ask brands and agencies what they’re doing to support, empower and elevate a generation of working women who are at risk of being left behind.
Chaired by our Client Development Director, Hannah Partridge, the panel includes:
Eyabo Macauley, Global Partnerships Lead, Snap Inc
Annabel Venner, Marketing Consultant and former Coca-Cola and Hiscox Executive
Jo Hind, Founder of Women's leadership and career consultancy Birdsoup
Sam Woods, Director of Partnerships, The Marketing Store
Register to attend here.