We each have the power and the agency to ensure progress is made in gender equality. Photo: Martin Chan We each have the power and the agency to ensure progress is made in gender equality. Photo: Martin Chan
We each have the power and the agency to ensure progress is made in gender equality. Photo: Martin Chan
Fiona Nott
Opinion

Opinion

Fiona Nott

As Hong Kong celebrates International Women’s Day, everyone can play a part in closing the gender gap

  • With employers still biased against mothers, one in seven women a victim of sexual violence and too many unrealistic gender stereotypes, Hong Kong needs to work towards becoming gender equal – an improvement for both men and women

We each have the power and the agency to ensure progress is made in gender equality. Photo: Martin Chan We each have the power and the agency to ensure progress is made in gender equality. Photo: Martin Chan
We each have the power and the agency to ensure progress is made in gender equality. Photo: Martin Chan
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Fiona Nott

Fiona Nott

Fiona Nott is CEO at The Women’s Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to advancing women and girls in Hong Kong. See www.twfhk.org