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Inclusive Economy

Business and the broader economy work best when prosperity is widely shared, especially historically disadvantaged populations or those who have faced barriers to opportunity. An inclusive economy is representative of all interests in society – major and minority population groups, women and men, old and young people. Bringing about an inclusive economy requires a systems approach that brings together government, the private sector, and communities.

Women, in particular face significant obstacles to securing the same financial compensation as their male counterparts in the work world. Sign the declaration today.

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