Gender pay gap reporting has shone a light on how women are missing out at work relative to their male peers – and it shows more needs to be done. Globally, women on average still earn less than 80% of what men earn each month.
Reporting systems play a crucial part in getting employers to act on gender pay inequality, but many are failing to get results. What can be done to fix them?
Join GIWL for a UN Foundation event to explore findings from a new report, based on more than 80 interviews with key stakeholders in six countries, which looks at how gender pay gap reporting can best work for women.
- Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia and Chair of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership (chair)
- Shauna Olney, Former Chief of the International Labour Organisation’s Gender, Equality and Diversity Branch
- Kieran Pender, Australian writer, lawyer and GIWL Advisory Council member
- Sharon Kimathi, Inclusive Economies Editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation
- Sam Mostyn, President, Chief Executive Women (Australia)