More than 947 business leaders around the world have demonstrated leadership on gender equality through the Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs).
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Secretary Clinton reflected on progress made in implementing the agenda set in Beijing two decades ago. She presented key findings and recommendations from "No Ceilings: The Full Participation Report" and outlined an agenda to accelerate the full participation of women and girls around the world. Watch the speech and other event videos.
Stock exchanges around the world joined UN Global Compact, UN Women and the Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative to ring the bell in support of gender equality and the WEPs. The series of global bell ringings began in Egypt on 2 March and the sound traveled to Nigeria, Poland, Sweden, Turkey and India, and culminated on 9 March with a bell ringing at NASDAQ in New York City, bringing together WEPs stakeholders in advance of the 2015 WEPs Annual Event. Read press release.