PWN Stockholm & REDMAD Chile: Gender equality in Sweden - where are we today?

05 November 2019 18:00 - 21:00

Join PWN Stockholm and REDMAD Chile for an interactive, moderator-led panel discussion where representatives from the private, public and academic sectors will shine some light on the status quo of gender equality in Sweden today and within the larger international context. Together, we will reflect upon questions such as:

  • How equal are the different fields/industries when it comes to gender balance?
  • How does Sweden’s entrepreneurial reputation help women?
  • What are the advantages/disadvantages faced by women in small vs large businesses?
  • Is gender balance in Sweden “done”? 
  • What ever happened after  #metoo / #tekniskfel ?

... and many more. 

Co-hosted by PWN Stockholm and REDMAD Chile, the aim of this event is to inform attendees about the efforts that are made to advance gender balanced leadership and to discover ways of progressing one’s own career, all in an informative, relevant and concrete way. 

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REDMAD was born as a non-profit organization in December 2015. In Chile, its mission is to convene, empower, connect and make visible professional women with a focus on senior management, ensuring a unique environment of networks, collaboration, development, reflection and mentoring, with their partners and strategic alliances network. The main values ​​of REDMAD are meritocracy, persistence and progress. All this, with the purpose of providing value to public and private organizations, for- and non-profit, through the incorporation of female talent in senior management positions. Their long-term vision is to become the largest, most diverse and influential network of female talent in Latin America. Read more about REDMAD here (in Spanish): 

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