Equal Futures members commit to taking actions - including legal, regulatory, and policy reforms - to ensure women fully participate in public life at the local, regional, and national levels, and that women lead and benefit from inclusive economic growth.
Working closely with key stakeholders to identify policy and program priorities, Equal Futures members set achievable goals as commitments within the Partnership, and report on progress. Members exchange best practices and lessons learned in a flexible and agile framework.
Since its launch in 2012, the Equal Futures Partnership has grown to include 29 member countries and the European Union.
Equal Futures Partnership Senior Officials Meeting at the World Assembly for Women (WAW) 2015 in Tokyo, Japan