SAMSTILLING

New standard for gender equality in Denmark
Denmark can become the first 'gender equal' country in the world. New prototype takes a huge step towards meeting the UN SDG no. 5.
What: A prototype promoting gender equality in Denmark. The goal of the prototype is to ensure Denmark becomes the first “Gender Equal” country in the world by implementing the 5th UN Sustainable Development Goal.

Role: Chora Connection is facilitating the development of SAMSTILLING.

Who: SAMSTILLING is headed by the following people:

Lynn Roseberry: Ph.d., expert and consultant in gender, diversity and inclusive leadership, corporate strategy for equality and diversity, leadership development, speaker, psychotherapist, entrepreneur. Former associate professor and teacher from 1994 to 2016 at the Law Department and the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School.

Annelise Ryberg: Expert in strategy and project management. She has worked for the UN in New York for a number of years. Independent social entrepreneur for 20 years, and has worked with CSR, environment and climate-related subjects. Founder of several sustainable businesses, all of which work with circular economy in strategy, architecture and design.

Karen Blincoe: Acting chairman at Chora Connection.

Knowledge partners:

Asger Ryhl, Director UN Women, FN-byen

Camilla Brückner, Director for UNDP’s Nordiske Kontor, FN-byen

Maria Ana Petrera, National Coordinator, SDG’s Head of Team, Development Policy, Finance & Fragility, Udenrigsministeriet

Nadia Isler, Director of SDG Lab, FN, Genève

Michael Møller, Director-General, FN, Genève

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Kontakt

Lynn Roseberry (LinkedIn)
Ph.d. expert and consultant

Annelise Ryberg (LinkedIn)
Expert in strategy and project management

Karen Blincoe
Director, Chora Connection
karen@choraconnection.dk
+45 26361344

Media

Watch the UN’s video on SDG 5 – Gender Equality:

 

Goal 5 – Gender Equality

While the world has achieved progress towards gender equality  and women’s empowerment under the Millennium Development Goals (including equal access to primary education between girls and boys), women and girls continue to suffer discrimination and violence in every part of the world.

Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.

Providing women and girls with equal access to education, health care, decent work, and representation in political and economic decision-making processes will fuel sustainable economies and benefit societies and humanity at large.

Source: The UN’s 17 SDGs, Goal 5