Women Shaping Global Economic Governance

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Women Shaping Global Economic Governance brings together contributions from leading policymakers and thought leaders from all across the world on how to shape our economies. Written entirely by women, this book is not about women. It is written by women who want to encourage everyone, including the 50% of the global population that are women, to contribute to shaping economic governance at a time where the world is impacted by a digital, environmental and social revolution. The essays and observations show women analysing the challenges confronting economic governance and formulating concrete proposals for how to navigate this period of turbulence.



The future of education in the developing world

At the UN General Assembly in September 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were approved. They replaced and broadened the scope of the goals for the millennium that were issued at the end of the 1990s in order to prepare countries for the 21st century. More ambitious than the previous goals, the SDGs address new problems afflicting the planet. Although there have been improvements in some social indicators and a slight reduction in the damage we are causing to the environment and to our planet’s future, the slow pace of policy and the lack of political boldness and creativity in the solutions provided by decision makers have been exacerbated by the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


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