Event

February 19, 2020

【Canceled】Register now! Think Outside The Box: Gender Equity

We sincerely regret to inform you that this event has been canceled in deep consideration of the current situation of coronavirus disease and putting speakers’ and participants’ health and safety first. We will inform you again once we reconsider the feasibility of the event. Please accept our deepest apology to all those who have already registered or considered to attend the event. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

GHIT’s Think Outside the Box: Gender Equity -DEI as DNA, for Better Health Outcome-event will take place on March 6th, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan.

 

In an ever-changing environment, DEI is a must-have for organizations to achieve better results and develop further. This, combined with the broader global health goal of health for all, requires more innovation. Evidence suggests that DEI is a driver of innovation.

 

On March 6, just before the International Women's Day, GHIT is convening a diverse group of stakeholders in Tokyo to discusses women's empowerment, leadership, work-life balance, and the involvement of society and organizations in bolstering DEI, and gender equality in particular. In order to create better innovation, more female leaders are required. And male participation and allyship is essential.

 

We welcome all those from the global health field and beyond who are interested in DEI, women's leadership and empowerment, and work-life balance to join us in this discussion. Please invite your colleagues, mentors, supervisors, direct-reports, family, and friends.

 

We look forward to seeing you in Tokyo in March.

 

Register Now!

 

THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX: GENDER EQUITY

DEI AS DNA, FOR BETTER HEALTH OUTCOME

 

Date & Time: Friday, March 6th 2020, 13:00-18:30

Venue: THE CORE KITCHEN/SPACE

Entry Fee: Free

Language: Japanese *with English translation

Capacity: 100

Registration: Pre-registration is required*

* Deadline is Monday, March 2.

* A lottery may be held if there are more applicants than spaces available