Canning House’s Opportunities Series will examine, through various lenses, the opportunities and obstacles faced by disadvantaged groups in Latin America.
The first event, Opportunities and Gender, considers the challenges to achieving gender equality.
What opportunities - for economic security, political & social influence, and personal fulfilment – do women have in 21st Century Latin America?
How much have they progressed since 2000?
What strategies, policies and regulations are needed to deliver equal opportunities?
How does the UK compare?
How can we collaborate to help one another?
Canning House presents a panel of speakers to address these questions.
Jess Phillips, MP for Birmingham Yardley: Women in Politics and Leadership Positions - Perspectives from the UK
Maxine Molyneux, Professor of Sociology at UCL: Women’s Rights and Equality: Gains, Reverses and Challenges in Latin America
Rosy Cave, Head of the Gender Equality Unit at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office: What is the UK doing to tackle gender inequality?
Lucila Granada, Director of the LAWRS (Latin American Women's Rights Service): Challenges Faced by Latin American Migrant Women and Tools for Empowerment
Beatriz Araujo, Canning House Chair of Trustees and Partner at Baker McKenzie : Spotlight on the Gender Pay Gap in Latin America
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