Second Edition Global Women, Peace & Security Index launch Sydney

Join the Institute for Global Development for a conversation on the findings of the Second Edition of the Global Women Peace & Security (WPS) Index, which ranks countries on women’s comprehensive well-being and analyses trends in gender equality.

Jeni Klugman (Managing Director – Institute for Women Peace and Security), Leanne Smith (Director – Whitlam Institute) and Talia Hagerty (Senior Research Fellow – Institute for Economics and Peace) will join Sarah Cook (Director – UNSW Institute for Global Development) to discuss the current issues for women, peace and security and the importance of the index.

The inaugural WPS Index, launched in 2017, was the most comprehensive ranking to date of women’s well-being around the globe, measuring three key dimensions of women’s well-being—inclusion, justice, and security. The second edition includes several major innovations, including expanded coverage to 167 countries and assessment of data at the sub-national level. Trends over time reveal important drivers of progress as well as major areas of concern.

Event Details

Date & Time

March 3, 2020
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Location

The Galleries, Scientia Building
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Organised By

Institute for Global Development

Hosted By

UNSW Sydney

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-best-worst-countries-for-women-measuring-equality-with-the-wps-index-tickets-92152266911

Event Details

Date & Time

March 3, 2020
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Location

The Galleries, Scientia Building
View Google Maps

Organised By

Institute for Global Development

Hosted By

UNSW Sydney

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-best-worst-countries-for-women-measuring-equality-with-the-wps-index-tickets-92152266911

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