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Inform to Reform: Using Comparative Law to Make Change
Researchers at the World Bank uncovered that 90% of economies worldwide have at least one discriminatory law that makes it more difficult for women than for men to work or operate a business. An interview style panel with Q&A will explore how and why the World Bank has been developing a global dataset on laws affecting women’s economic opportunities, as well as how gender equality advocates can use comparative law as a tool in their own work.
Program Manager, Women, Business and the Law, World Bank
Program Coordinator, Enterprise Analysis Unit, World Bank Group
Professor of Law and Director, International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy, American University Washington College of Law
Director, Gender, Women and Democracy, National Democratic Institute