Gender equality can't be achieved by women alone.

Gender equality can't be achieved by women alone

Male Allyship

Aside from constituting half the world’s population, men hold some 70-80% of executive positions in organisations and are over 60% of people managers. They therefore have considerable power to help build an inclusive culture and empower women in the workplace.A more gender-equal and inclusive society benefits men, too. Research points to the positive impact involvement in gender equality efforts has on men: as they recognise and liberate themselves from harmful gender stereotypes.

Achieving Impact Together

A Survey on Men’s Engagement

In July 2023, we jointly launched a survey to assess how men in our network advance the cause of gender equality, the benefits and challenges they see, and the resources they need to become better allies. Having received over 140 responses, the Binder’s Male Allyship Task Force, in cooperation with Robert Baker, Founder and CEO of Potentia Talent Consulting, analysed the data. These efforts culminated in a report that presented the findings as well as a launch event in November 2023.