Roadmap to 50x50: Power and Parity in Women’s Leadership 2019

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  1. Global Women’s Leadership Initiative Index Roadmap to 50x50: Power and Parity in Women’s Leadership 2019 2. About the Women in Public Service Project The Women in…
  • 1. Global Women’s Leadership Initiative Index Roadmap to 50x50: Power and Parity in Women’s Leadership 2019
  • 2. About the Women in Public Service Project The Women in Public Service Project will accelerate global progress towards women’s equal participation in policy and political leadership to create more dynamic and inclusive institutions that leverage the full potential of the world’s population to change the way global solutions are forged. The Women in Public Service Project is pursuing the goal of 50x50: women holding 50% of policy and political leadership positions by 2050.
  • 3. Why Data? Change Solutions Innovation Measure
  • 4. The Leadership Index WHAT IS IT? The Global Women’s Leadership Initiative Index is the cornerstone of the Women in Public Service Project’s data platform, which features key indicators on women’s leadership for over 195 countries and territories. WHAT DOES IT DO? The Leadership Index is the first global index to define power and leadership with over 85 indicators that: • Serve as a comprehensive benchmark • Show progress over time • Allow public access to the data for further analysis • Allow for a systems-level understanding of representation • Provide innovative metrics to measure power Sectors of Government5 Countries75 National&Local ParticipationTrue
  • 5. Change in key indicators over time Previously unnoticed relationships between countries Linkages between index scores and policy change Relationships between the pillars What can the Leadership Index tell us about global leadership?
  • 6. Three Pillars to Parity PATHWAYS Addresses women’s access to positions of leadership POSITIONS Defines leadership positions across five sectors of government. POWER Measures the formal and informal powers granted to leadership positions: influence, perception Indicators: 45 Indicators: 18 Indicators: 19
  • 7. An Innovative Vision of Balanced Leadership Balanced Parity: women are represented at the highest levels and across policy functions Flat Parity: women are at lower levels of decision- making but represented across policy functions Siloed Parity: women are represented at the highest levels but only within certain policy functions Pursuing Parity: women remain underrepresented both at the highest levels of leadership and across policy functions
  • 8. Roadmap to 50x50: Power and Parity in Women’s Leadership Key Findings
  • 9. Education Counts
  • 10. Part-Time Work Opens Paths to Leadership Part-time work arrangements enable more women to lead
  • 11. Public Administration is the Starting Point Public administration is on track to become the first sector of government to achieve gender parity in decision-making positions - currently 29.7% globally
  • 12. Breaking Glass Walls Breaking through barriers to leadership across decision- making areas can help us achieve full gender parity
  • 13. Perception Matters
  • 14. Women in Power are Linked to Good Governance
  • 15. Roadmap to 50x50: Power and Parity in Women’s Leadership A Global Effort
  • 16. Data and Index Partners INDEX COLLABORATORS The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) DATA PARTNERS Boardwalk Leadership Institute for African Women in Law Partnership for Public Service INDEX ADVISORY COUNCIL Pauline Baker, President Emeritus, The Fund for Peace Jose Cruz-Osoria, Team Leader, Responsive and Accountable Institutions, Governance and Peacebuilding Division, Bureau for Policy and Program Support (BPPS), UNDP Muge Finkel, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh Rachel M. Gisselquist, Research Fellow, United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU_WIDER) Melanie M. Hughes, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh Alejandro Ponce, Chief Research Officer, World Justice Project Robert Rotberg, Founding Director, Harvard Kennedy School Program on Intrastate Conflict; President Emeritus, World Peace Foundation; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Robyn Scott, Co-Founder and CEO, Apolitical Jill Schuker, President, JAS International RepresentWomen UN Women
  • 17. Power and Leadership Are Intertwined 4.471642248 4.267109291 4.002487775 3.921989465 3.829985083 3.326460261 3.014971889 3.411525398 3.322889965 3.126294612 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 Finland Iceland Canada Norway Slovenia Top 5 countries in terms of power score and overall score Power Score Overall Score
  • 18. Female leadership in parliament 55.70% 46.10% 41.50% 42% 41.40% 0.00% 10.00% 20.00% 30.00% 40.00% 50.00% 60.00% Rwanda (Rank 1) Sweden (Rank 7) South Africa (Rank 10) Finland (Rank 11) Norway (Rank 13) Proportion of Women in Parliament
  • 19. Women in Security – Nationally and Internationally 6.80% 10.90% 20.00% 16.10% 16.00% 15.90% 15.10% 11.30% 10.70% 10.00% 1.30% 0.00% 5.00% 10.00% 15.00% 20.00% 25.00% NATO Avarage Hungary Slovenia Latvia US Canada Germany Norway UK Turkey Year 2000 Proportion of women in the armed forces 2.975 2.17 2.02 0 1 2 3 4 5 NORWAY BULGARIA HUNGARY OVERALL BEST SECURITY SECTOR SCORES Proportion of women in the armed forces across NATO member states
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