Women are economically empowered when they have the ability to succeed and advance economically and the power to act on economic decisions. Join us and learn about what economic empowerment entails, how it can be achieved through collaboration, and how to ensure that the gains made are sustainable and able to overcome any future obstacles.
Gender-Responsive Supply Chains
Global supply chains need to be gender-responsive to ensure the rights of women and other marginalised groups are respected.
Cross-sector partnerships refer to collaborations between women’s rights organisations and private sector entities to jointly advance women’s economic empowerment.
Our work actively supports the economic empowerment, rights and justice of all cis, trans, non-binary and other underrepresented groups and communities such as people of colour, LGBTQIA+, refugees, and marginalised workers with or without disabilities.