Paving the way and advocating for more women leaders in the political, business, and civic arena is an investment in more just, equitable, and peaceful societies.
Investing in girls and women creates a ripple effect that yields multiple benefits, not only for individual women, but also for families, communities, and countries. Studies show that increasing women’s participation in politics leads to greater investments in education and health, and that companies with female board representation boast higher returns on investment than national averages.Download the Infographic
Research shows that we all do better when women are in positions of leadership. From education and healthcare to climate change and equal pay, investing in and supporting female leaders creates a ripple effect benefiting families, communities, and countries. Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and former Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, and Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern, join the Deliver for Good Campaign for a special Q&A to explore the importance of strengthening women’s political participation and decision-making power.