The future of businesses is inclusive. Without a gender lens to comprehend the impact of business policies and practices, leadership will be unable to minimize discrimination against women in the workplaces, retain talent, increase profits and make a positive impact to India’s GDP. The Genpact Centre for Women’s Leadership (GCWL), in collaboration with Gender At Work, and the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB), offered a week long course (14 – 20 May) in Delhi, that aimed to introduce participants to the linkages between women, business and human rights. The course, a blend of theory and practical guidance, equipped participants with the skills to develop strategies and assess business operation that are consistent with international standards on women’s rights.
In the pictures, Sudarshana Kundu, Interim Executive Director for Gender at Work Global, and Country Director for Gender at Work India talks about G@W’s, Gender Action Learning Framework.
Gender at Work
New Delhi, India
May 20, 2018