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The PwC women’s leadership series

3rd global webcast: Take your career to centre stage. Lessons from the business of Hollywood – February 17, 2016

PwC plays a unique global role in the advancement of women as leaders. Since our premier Aspire to lead webcast in 2013, PwC continues to engage students, clients, PwC staff and their families and friends from around the world in a dialogue on women in leadership.


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He for She

Created by UN Women, the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women, HeForShe is a global effort to engage men and boys in removing the social and cultural barriers that prevent women and girls from achieving their potential. The achievement of gender equality requires an inclusive approach that recognizes the crucial role of men and boys as partners for women’s rights, and as having needs of their own in the formulation of that balance.


PwC International: founding IMPACT partner of HeForShe

As a founding IMPACT partner of HeForShe, PwC International will collaborate with leading companies, heads-of-state, and universities to facilitate actions that recognize the crucial role of men as partners for women’s empowerment and advancement. Recently, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Emma Watson, UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador, announced the HeForShe IMPACT 10x10x10 movement.

"PwC is proud to partner with UN Women as an IMPACT 10x10x10 founding Champion.
The HeForShe initiative fits perfectly with PwC's long-standing goal of helping our male colleagues - from university students to senior leadership - to see why women's empowerment has a positive effect for all, and giving them the practical tools to act as champions of change.

We will be engaging hundreds of thousands of PwC and external men in the HeForShe movement through our global Aspire to Lead webcast on 27 February and beyond that, asking PwC men to encourage our clients, families, and communities to sign on in the coming months.”

Dennis Nally, Chairman, PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd.