Themed ‘Building New Platforms of Cooperation’, the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) brings together over 1,000 key leaders from government, business and civil society to enable collaboration on the most pressing challenges facing the region.
As the world enters a new phase of globalization, the region seeks to create its own path for societal and economic advancement. In a hyperconnected world, partial and isolated responses are ill-adapted to reap the promised benefits that this transformation holds, or to address the challenges. To harness this wave, new systems of cooperation will have to be charted in the region.
The meeting will provide a collaborative platform for generating progress on the regional agenda for inclusive growth, social advancement and sustainable development. As a strategic partner, PwC will have a strong presence at the event.
While new policies are coming into force to bring about societal change, what else is needed to unlock the full potential of Arab women?
The session, which is part of official meeting programme, will be moderated by PwC Middle East Senior Partner Hani Ashkar and looks at female participation in the workforce.
To what extent are organisations in the region committed to gender diversity? How do employees feel about career opportunities and pay? And what more can be done to advance gender diversity in the workforce?
Join our press conference – held in collaboration with the WEF – to find out the findings of a new report on women in work. The report is based on a survey of more than 3,000 women and men across the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and Egypt.
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