Women20 is a recent G20 dialogue process: agreed by the G20 at the 2014 summit in Australia, the goal of reducing the gender employment gap by 25% by 2025 (“25 by 25”), paved the way for inclusion of a new involvement group in the official sphere.

In October 2015, the first working meeting of Women 20 (W20) took place in Istanbul under the Turkish G20 presidency. Demands and measures were formulated to promote the economic participation of women in the G20 member states and to strengthen their economic power. 

Since 2016, these lines of work have been continued in the G20 presidencies of China, Germany, Argentina, Japan and Saudi Arabia.

Women20 is a recent G20 dialogue process: agreed by the G20 at the 2014 summit in Australia, the goal of reducing the gender employment gap by 25% by 2025 (“25 by 25”), paved the way for inclusion of a new involvement group in the official sphere.

In October 2015, the first working meeting of Women 20 (W20) took place in Istanbul under the Turkish G20 presidency. Demands and measures were formulated to promote the economic participation of women in the G20 member states and to strengthen their economic power. 

Since 2016, these lines of work have been continued in the G20 presidencies of China, Germany, Argentina, Japan and Saudi Arabia.

W20 history,
from Istanbul to Italy

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October 16-17, 2015

Istanbul, Turkey

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 16-17, 2015

May 24-26, 2016

Xi’an, China

 

May 24-26, 2016
March 23-24, 2019

October 2015

Istanbul, Turkey

October 2015

May 2016

Xi’an, China

May 2016
April 2017

March 2019

March 2019
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