Germany- President National Council of German Women's Organizations (Deutscher Frauenrat - DF)
Chancellor Merkel has high concern for women’s economic empowerment. Thus we expect from the G20 to come up with a consistent gender perspective with binding and measurable objectives. Under German presidency the G20 has to set new standards
Germany- President Association of German Women Entrepreneurs (VdU e.V.)
Women represent the most important potential for economic growth: as employees, as managers, as entrepreneurs and as company founders. Unlocking this potential is one of the central tasks for the future of the G20
Dr. Anja Nordmann
Germany- General Manager National Council of German Women’s Organizations (Deutscher Frauenrat - DF)
Equal participation must become a permanently established part of the G20 process as a basic principle of sustainable economic activity. To achieve that, we need binding, quantifiable goals that the G20 member states must commit to.
Germany- General Manager Association of German Women Entrepreneurs (VdU e.V.)
Women in the G20 states need a strong and effective W20 network, in order to promote the economic empowerment of women in a sustainable manner and in all areas of intergovernmental consultations.
National Council of German Women's Organizations (Deutscher Frauenrat - DF), Communications Director/Equality Policy Advisor International
Dr. Silvia Mazura
Association of German Women Entrepreneurs (VdU e.V.), Department Policy and Politics