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On International Women’s Day, W4 Founder Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke participates in Reuters Trustlaw discussion

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“On International Women’s Day, let’s not forget men. Men, by definition, have a vital role to play alongside women: men have been involved in, and need to be more involved in, initiatives to combat violence against women; men have championed, and need to continue to champion, gender equality—from the board room to the cabinet office; and men and women need to continue to work together everywhere to advance education and inclusive finance initiatives to enhance everyone’s life prospects.  It’s only together that women, men, their children and societies, can genuinely thrive.”


On the centenary of International Women’s Day, we invite you to read an article written by our Founder and Managing Director, Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke, for Reuters Trustlaw entitled “Let’s not forget men on International Women’s Day”.


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Andrea is an author, journalist and academic. She has studied, taught or held fellowships at Oxford, Yale and Princeton. Andrea has written fiction and non-fiction for numerous publications, including Vogue, Granta, The Times, The TLS and The Guardian. She is the author of the award-winning and internationally bestselling memoir "Once in a House on Fire". Andrea works to raise awareness about domestic violence and to promote literacy and education.