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Women20 for the G20 : 2017 inaugural Asia-Pacific Dialogue

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Title: Women20 for the G20 : 2017 inaugural Asia-Pacific Dialogue
Authors: Ellis, Amanda
Dutkiewicz, Marianne
LC Subject Headings: Women - Asia - Economic conditions
Women - Pacific Area - Economic conditions
Equal pay for equal work - Asia
Equal pay for equal work - Pacific Area
Equality - Economic aspects - Asia
show 3 moreEquality - Economic aspects - Pacific Area
Women's rights - Asia
Women's rights - Pacific Area

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Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Honolulu, HI : East-West Center
Abstract: Research demonstrates as much as $28 trillion could be added to the global economy by 2025 if all countries bridged the gender gap—a magnitude equivalent to the combined US and China economies today. As Asia-Pacific G20 members represent close to two-thirds of global GDP, a focus on this region is critical for meaningful progress on women's economic equality. In 2017 the first W20 dialogue to focus on the Asia Pacific met at the East-West Center and examined good practices in the region and produced policy recommendations for G20 leaders in key areas related to women's economic empowerment.
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Pages/Duration: 20 p.
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