Hear insights on International Women's Day 2016 from one of the participants.
CCC's meeting, Promoting Women's Economic Empowerment in Mexico, explored the areas of public, private, and non-profit sectors and how they can influence change.
Find out more about UN Women and what they are doing to change the gender gap around the world.
A recent event in Mexico City highlighted workforce development strategies and how to increase top women in the workforce.
In Senegal, family planning use is among the lowest in the world. Shortages and stock-outs have made it difficult for women to rely on modern contraceptives as a reproductive health tool.
Over the past three decades, enormous progress has been made toward achieving gender parity in education, yet according to the UNESCO Institute of Statistics, around the world 62 million girls are still out of school.
The past month has seen multiple global events commemorating International Women’s Day, including CCC’s stellar collaboration with the UN Office of Partnerships and UN Women, The Empowerment Bridge: Building a Lifetime of Opportunity for Women
You have heard the statistics and know the challenges.