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Gender equality is a complex topic, which can discourage people of any gender from addressing it in the workplace. However, as one of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (Goal 5) and as a fundamental human right, gender equality has become increasingly essential to capital markets. This training program guides participants through the complexities with four modules that take a step-by-step approach that anyone can use to enhance gender equality in markets. Participants will build awareness of sustainable finance through understanding the financial implications of gender inequality, improving corporate reporting and literacy on gender equality, and identifying market opportunities that these improvements afford.

Training Format

  • Hosted by the Euronext
  • Taking place on Wednesday September 11 (Part 1) and Monday 16 September (Part 2) 2024 from 14:00-16:00 CET
  • Facilitated by experts from the UN SSE and UN Women, with guest speakers providing insight from practice
  • Delivered online with interactive activities and Q&A with live facilitation
  • CPD Certified

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The first two modules (Prepare and Align) will be presented in Part 1 of the training, and the second two modules (Implement and Communicate) will be presented in Part 2 of the training. Participants should join both parts of the training, as the second part builds on concepts developed in the first. Download the information sheet in PDF here.

Gender Equality Training Modules

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why action is needed for enhanced gender equality
  • Identify what tools can be used to improve gender equality in your organization
  • Understand how to capture value from markets for gender equality performance
  • Identify how and where to communicate gender-related information for markets


This training has been developed to benefit both leadership levels (Board and C-suite) as well as operational level or management staff of any organization. No prior experience or expertise on the topic is necessary, and male participants are particularly encouraged to join


Training handouts


Part 1 Handout 


Part 2 Handout






Other resources from the workshop

Academic articles Gender Equality cover