International Women’s Day 2024 : Unlocking the USD 172 trillion gender dividend

March 12, 2024 Share this article:

Is it possible for International Women’s Day to be both a celebration of what we have achieved and also a call to action?

Moving beyond platitudes and prose, our global experts at AltoPartners take a critical look at the hardline economics of gender parity. It is a USD 172 trillion gender dividend waiting to be unlocked or is it the cost of inaction?

Our experts from Argentina, Australia, Austria, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, India, Mexico, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland and the USA share specifics around why gender parity is still prevalent in their countries, what governments are doing (or not) to address the issue, examine shifting hiring trends and the impact of the maternity gap, and they provide insights into what leaders should do to advance gender equality.

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Over the course of the next few weeks, we will continue to share exclusive in-depth insights into the trends and themes of gender equity across Africa, Asia Pacific, the Americas and Europe.

AltoPartners is a global signatory of the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) Diversity Pledge, a commitment to combat all forms of discrimination within our own organisations, with candidates and the clients we serve and in our communities

With contributions and leading insights from Sonal Agrawal; Joo-Lee Aw; Anne Borgen; Andrea Brand; Julie Garland-McLellan; Regina Graf; Karen Greenbaum; Claudia Hardy; Corinne Klajda; Jana Martinová; Mpho Nkeli; Sandra Olive; Toral Patel; Lauren E. Smith; Maria Isabel Ventura; and Julia Zdrahal-Urbanek