EBRD launches designated Twitter feed communicating the Bank's focus on gender equality and women's economic empowerment via investment and policy


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EBRD launches designated social media feed on gender equity

EBRD launches designated social media feed on gender equity

 February 17, 2021

As part of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, the EBRD has established a designated Twitter feed focusing on gender equity and building a more equal world.

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Updates about external and internal gender equality initiatives 

The @EBRDGender feed provides updates on how the Bank is opening up economic opportunities for women across countries, while promoting gender equality and women’s economic empowerment through its investments and policy dialogue.

These updates include celebrating days focused on women and gender, such as International Day of Women and Girls in Science. To mark the day, @EBRDGender showcased women who have been working at the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site for  which the EBRD managed funds financing efforts to transform it into a safe and secure state. 

@EBRDGender also announces internal initiatives that are progressing gender equality globally, such as the operational launch of the Bank's Western Balkans Women in Business Programme, where higher participation of women in the economy and smaller gender gaps means increasing Montenegro’s overall prosperity.

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Latest news and views from a gender perspective

The page also shares quotes and soundbites from its female leaders, such as EBRD President Odile Renaud-Basso.

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The EBRD values gender equality as an integral part of its commitment to promoting sustainable and environmentally sound development across its investment and donor-funded activities.

For the Bank, gender equality is a principal element in the promotion of sound business management and the advancement of sustainable growth in the countries where the EBRD invests.

If you are keen to support the gender agenda, then join the Bank's many gender experts Gender & Economic Inclusion Director Barbara Rambousek.

Aearch and apply for a job at the EBRD.

 

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