The Generation Equality Forum is a high-level international conference organized by UN Women, co-hosted by France and Mexico, in partnership with civil society. The Forum planned to be launched in Mexico on 7-8 May 2020 and be concluded in Paris between 7-10 July 2020 has been postponed to June 2021.
The Generation Equality Forum celebrates 25 years since the 4th - and landmark - international conference on women’s rights took place in China, launching the Beijing Platform for Action, a comprehensive framework for women’s empowerment and gender equality. In 2021, the aim of Forum Generation Equality is to assess progress made and to set out a pathway of concrete measures to achieve gender equality before 2030, as part of an intergenerational campaign called "Generation Equality: realizing women’s rights and an equal future".
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