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Women’s Equal Employment Conference Panel on Inclusive Employment

Hangzhou, China

 

Date and Time

Thursday September 22, 2016
3:30 pm-4:15 pm CST


Location

Hangzhou, China


Topics

#Inclusive Economy, #Womens Empowerment


Economically empowering women is the key to reducing poverty, growing economies, and building healthy and safe communities. This panel on women’s inclusive employment serves as part of a full-day event on the subject, co-hosted by BSR, UN Women, and the China National Textile and Apparel Council.

This event will be held in Chinese and translation will be provided.

Speakers

  • Jeremy Prepscius, Vice President, Asia-Pacific, BSR
  • Lin Wang, Director, BSR
  • Ms. Julia Broussard, Country Program Manager, UN Women China Office
  • Mr. Sun Ruizhe, Vice President, China National Textile and Apparel Council
  • Ms. Zhang Yefeng, Vice General Manager, Proya Cosmetics Co.

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