On March 24, a multi-sectoral dialogue was organized by the Global Compact Network Georgia on the topic – Women’s Leadership in Decision-making: Breaking through the Glass Ceiling.’
The event was opened by Salome Zurabishvili, Executive director of the Global Compact Network Georgia, Ulrik Tideström, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden to Georgia, Anna Tsurtsumia, Acting Deputy Chief of Party, USAID/EWMI Civil Society Engagement Program;
The dialogue was held within the framework of the Global Initiative #TargetGenderEquality and was attended by members of the Global Compact Network Georgia, representatives from the Georgian Government, and civil society representatives.
Within the framework of the panel, speakers discussed existing policies in Georgia that promote women’s economic empowerment and their representation in leadership positions. Existing Challenges, as well as opportunities to develop the policy, were being debated. The speakers touched upon the topic of defeating the glass ceiling and increasing women’s representation in the leadership positions
The event was held in partnership with the USAID / EWMI Civil Society Engagement Program, With the support of the Swedish government