External Events

A look at private sector engagement on the UNWomen #HeforShe campaign and what this means for gender inclusion in Asia.
TWF is delighted to be the curatorial advisor to TEDxWanChaiWomen which will be taking place on May 31. The theme for this highly anticipated event is "Momentum" in line with the TEDWomen 2015 global conference from May 27 to 29.
Returning to work after an extended career break can be a daunting prospect. As part of Morgan Stanley's ongoing efforts to support experienced professionals throughout the various stages of their careers, the Firm is running the Return To Work Program Hong Kong, a paid 12-week internship for professionals who have taken a career break and are looking to re-enter the workforce on a permanent basis.
Creating Shared Value (CSV) compliments CSR, through implementing initiatives that enhance the competitiveness of a company while also advancing the economic and social conditions in which that company operates thereby, meeting social needs. The CSV approach represents an exciting new wave of social responsibility and community investment that can enhance the long-term viability of projects.
You are invited to join women leaders from every corner of the world to celebrate the Global Summit of Women’s 25th anniversary in Sao Paolo, Brazil at the premier international forum to accelerate women’s economic progress worldwide.
You are cordially invited for drinks and canapés in support of Village Focus International’s Fundraiser to End Human Trafficking in Laos and Cambodia
Charity sale in aid of Women Helping Women Hong Kong
Following on the success of last year's event, the second Annual IFLR Asia Women in Business Law Forum 2015 will take place on Wednesday, March 25.
Get out of the office for a fun night of networking and connecting with leading finance companies in Hong Kong
At TED in 2013, activist & fundraiser Dan Pallotta delivered a ground-breaking talk, which has since been viewed by a global audience of over 3.4 million people that fundamentally challenges the way we look at charity, philanthropy, and ultimately leadership.