According to Mari Kiviniemi, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Deputy Secretary-General, investment in women boosts economic development, competitiveness, job creation and GDP — and that’s why we launched WEGG. Read the latest OECD Yearbook 2015 by OECD and catch Mari’s article on gender equality.
Investing in the Future
OECD Yearbook 2015
Why a push for gender equality makes sound economic sense (turn to Page 20) by Mari Kiviniemi
Mari states: “Governments and businesses have a key role to play in reducing the gender gap, but they cannot act alone. Each and everyone of us is personally responsible as well. Both men and women must engage, commit and embrace this effort.”
Screenshot courtesy: OECD Yearbook 2015