After attending an International Women’s Day panel discussion last year, policy researcher Hannah Bretherton noticed one glaring issue – there were no men in the room.
“If we aim to live in a 50/50 society, how are we going to get there if only half of us take part in the discussion?” she said. “I believe that to tackle gender inequality men and women need to have an equal share in driving change.”
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