ETHICAL FINANCE AND WOMEN. A CULTURAL SHIFT TO FIGHT STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY

ETHICAL FINANCE AND WOMEN. A CULTURAL SHIFT TO FIGHT STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY
In a report published by Valor Social, women who work in organizations that promote ethical finance in Denmark, Belgium and France explain, from their experience, where the journey towards equality is and how much remains to be done.
It is not common, yet, to find women occupying decision-making spaces in companies, entities or organizations, no matter their place or purpose. And perhaps the financial sector is the least equal.
Even so, in ethical finance and in general in the social and solidarity economy, the focus has been on moving towards political and cultural change, breaking down the barriers that have so far perpetuated gender inequalities.
The entities of FEBEA  are clearly spaces in which the results of this path are beginning to be seen. Women who work in organizations that promote ethical finance in Denmark, Belgium and France explain, from their experience, where this journey is and how much remains to be done.

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