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Solutions for Change: Inside Day 2 Of The Equality Lounge @ Davos 2018

“There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” Christine Lagarde kicked off a panel with her fellow Davos co-chairs (all of whom are women) yesterday with this quote from Leonard Cohen.

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Return on Equality: Inside Day 1 Of The Equality Lounge @ Davos 2018

It was clear from the conversations inside the packed room at the Equality Lounge during day one of Davos that gender diversity isn’t just on the minds of Davos attendees this year, but is actually reshaping how leaders are running their companies.

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Outside The Equality Lounge @ Davos 2017

Know Before You Go To The Equality Lounge @ Davos: The Women Leading The WEF 2018

For the first time, Davos is 100% led by women. But can you name the co-chairs? Meet the women leading the World Economic Forum’s 48th Annual Meeting.

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