She means business: A primer on the status of women's empowerment in Indian businesses 2014

"She Means Business" is a new tool to help companies operating in India empower women and promote gender equality.

The new toolkit:

  • Reviews the status of women in 10 sectors across India
  • Outlines key national legal and economic frameworks on gender in the private sector
  • Provides detailed guidance on actions companies can take to empower women
  • Countries: India
  • Published: March 2014

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