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  • Bangkok, Thailand - 3 Days
    Tuesday
    May 23
    2017

    Women’s Economic Empowerment Global Learning Forum

    The forum will span three days and be located outside of North America and Europe in order to promote global participation. The three days of the agenda will involve both thematic discussions on current topics and breakout sessions for specific stakeholder groups and approaches. The forum is being organized and hosted by the SEEP Network in collaboration with key industry stakeholders. Thought leaders and experienced practitioners in women’s economic empowerment in market systems are guiding the development of the conference agenda working alongside the SEEP Network’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Working Group.

    The Opening Plenary will focus on ‘Economic’ versus ‘Non-Economic’ Empowerment: A False Dichotomy while key themes that are emerging as a priority for the forum include:

    • The Rural Poor: Women’s Empowerment on and off the Farm
    • Employment Opportunities through Enterprise Development and Job Creation
    • Women’s Financial Inclusion: Leveraging Finance to Advance Women’s Empowerment
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  • Rosarium, Amsterdam - 1 Day
    Tuesday
    May 23
    2017

    Seminar The Evolving Landscape of ESG & Impact Investing

    ESG and Impact Investing have moved to mainstream. What is ESG and Impact Investing and what are the most recent trends & developments in this field? How to measure and compare ESG factors and Impact Investing? How to integrate a consistent, standardised and reproducable ESG and Impact Investing policy into your investment portfolio?

    Please mark your calendars and come join us at our Seminar on ESG & Impact Investing in Amsterdam on May 23, 2017 from 12pm until 6pm, followed by a networking reception. Top speakers will share their views with you via various breakout sessions that can be chosen from. Thijs Jochems (KeyQ Advisors) will be chairing this event.

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  • Washington, DC - 1 Day
    Tuesday
    May 23
    2017

    Neighborhood Economics DC

    The founders of SOCAP (Social Capital Markets) are excited to welcome you what is next, it’s called Neighborhood Economics.

    By taking impact investing local we are determined to build resilient community wealth through inclusive economic development and are excited to focus this year on the nations capital, Washington DC.

    While Washington may receive most of its attention for our polarized politics, just off the radar innovators are creating more just, resilient, and equitable economy through collaboration. We are excited to highlight breakthrough entrepreneurs and organizations to begin accelerating capital towards initiatives and companies with a stellar track record and profound potential.

    Alongside these local heroes we will feature the nation’s leading practitioners, entrepreneurs, activists, and community investors to explore together how to create a local economy that creates wealth for all neighborhoods, revives local food systems and heals the planet.

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