Women's Forum  Singapore 2024

TECH AS  A VECTOR OF INCLUSION


ABOUT THE EVENT

On June 19-20, 2024, the Women’s Forum Singapore will host an exclusive event at Singapore Management University (SMU) under the theme "Change Education, Educate for Change: Tech as a Vector of Inclusion.” As a vibrant hub of innovation and progress, Singapore is the ideal setting for this gathering, which will bring together over 400 international leaders and agents of change.  

Technology is advancing at the speed of light, especially with AI, but often lacks women's perspectives. To build a prosperous and peaceful future, integrating women’s perspectives is crucial. The Women’s Forum Singapore aims to raise women’s voices and outline gender balanced solutions. 

 Policymakers, government officials, educational leaders, tech entrepreneurs, climate pioneers, and youth ambassadors will explore how education and technology have the power to truly advance gender equality. A strong focus will be given to climate, health, the future of work, entrepreneurship, diplomacy, and finance. 

 We truly look forward to reuniting our global community of changemakers to raise women’s voices and create change!

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