Women 20 2022 (W20) calls upon the G20 leaders
to ensure that women and girls are central to the 2022 G20 Presidency theme of ‘Recover Together, Recover Stronger’.
W20 urge G20 leaders to:
- — Act on their commitments to implement the
“G20 Roadmap Towards and Beyond the Brisbane Target”, also referred to as the Rome Roadmap – included in the 2021 G20 Leaders’ Declaration, increasing the quantity and quality of women’s employment.
- — Create a G20 Gender Data Network and W20 Outcome Dashboard that encompass both data transparency and performance monitoring that will demonstrate the best areas for action and improve evidence- based policymaking.
- — Develop or improve National Strategies on Gender Equity and Equality (NSGEE) in line with human rights treaties, using a whole-of-government approach to increase women’s impact on their families, society, and the economy, and bring about parity in G20 countries and beyond.Ensuring gender equality, inclusion and empowerment of women and girls, in all their diversity, – while additionally including those in rural areas and those with disabilities – will result in strong social and economic growth that builds resiliency for G20 countries.
For more information please find the W20 Indonesia Communique in this link