External Events

Is the art world a bastion of male privilege and prejudice, or an evolving arena where women are continually breaking the mould? Come to the debate on March 15th, hear the arguments and decide for yourself.
One year after the introduction of measures to improve diversity on the boards of Hong Kong companies, this panel will examine how the make-up of boards in Hong Kong is evolving, the challenges that still exist for gender equality in the workplace and how companies are tackling the issue.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong proudly presents the 11th Annual Women of Influence Conference & Awards on Friday, November 14th at the Four Seasons Hong Kong.
TWF is delighted to be a supporting organisation of the Diversity & Inclusion in Asia Conference hosted by Community Business. The conference will take place on 11 & 12 November 2014 at the Regal Airport Hotel in Hong Kong.
The South China Morning Post’s Women of our Time Conference returns for the second year this October and celebrates women trailblazers. Featuring some of the most inspiring and successful women today who represent the best in their fields, you’ll gain valuable insights and inspiration from these high-flying achievers.
For the 7th year running, Community Business’ Work-Life Balance Week provides a platform for organisations to demonstrate their commitment to work-life balance and raise awareness of work-life balance as a critical business issue.
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CSR Asia Summit 2014
The 2014 Summit marks CSR Asia’s 10th Anniversary. For the 500 attendees, it is an opportunity to look back and assess the progress made in Asia and look forward to new opportunities for a more sustainable future. The content will have a strong emphasis on the development agenda and strategies associated with shared value and inclusive business, as well as supply chain and global environmental challenges.
Su-Mei Thompson will be a panel speaker on Hong Kong PR Network's Diversity and Inclusion in the communications industry event
The event, featuring a silent auction, will raise money for the financing of a new documentary by The Women's Foundation, She Objects, which will examine the scale and impact of gender stereotypes in the media in Hong Kong.
TWF CEO, Su-Mei Thompson, and TWF Research Associate, Lisa Moore, will attend the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society in Yangon, Myanmar. The two day event is organised by the Women's Forum together with the French Embassy in Myanmar. This is Myanmar's first-ever international women's conference.