Time for Collective Action to Boost Female Employment and Leadership in South Asia’s Power Sector

Event: The Second WePOWER Partnership Forum

Time for Collective Action to Boost Female Employment and Leadership in South Asia’s Power Sector

20 November 2019
Author / Speaker: 
Reihana Mohideen, University of Melbourne
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Description: 
It is time for collective action to boost opportunities for STEM education, practical training, employment, entrepreneurship, and leadership of women in the energy sector, says University of Melbourne’s Reihana Mohideen. In her keynote speech, she shares trends in South Asia in the power sector particularly the low-carbon energy transition and the status, opportunities and challenges for female employment and leadership in emerging industries with a focus on renewable energy industries. 
Geographical Focus: 
Subregional- South Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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