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Gender & Inclusion

OGP members are intentional, strategic, and ambitious in bringing women and underrepresented groups into the OGP process and in ensuring that reforms are inclusive of all people’s needs

Introduction and Overview

OGP members are intentional, strategic, and ambitious in bringing women and underrepresented groups into the OGP process and in ensuring that reforms are inclusive of all people’s needs.


Gender

When women are equal, contributing members of society, with access to information, health care, education, and work, those societies are more likely to succeed – and in a more inclusive and sustainable manner.


Marginalized Communities

Despite the human development progress the world has seen over the past 30 years, one-third of the global population continues to live in extreme poverty, and communities everywhere struggle with deeply-rooted inclusive growth challenges…


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