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Advancing Women of Colour in Engineering and Infrastructure

Posted on March 2021 By LVI Associates

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​"Asian economies are sitting on a powerful and underutilised engine of growth. Advancing gender equality in Asia-Pacific could mean an extra US$4.5 trillion or 12 per cent of the collective annual GDP," said President Halimah Yacob at Women's Forum Global Meeting 2020.

More than 90% of CEOs report that diversity is a top business priority, yet the dial towards progress has moved forward slowly in recent years. With diversity and inclusion at the top of the agenda, we explore the current state of affairs for women of colour in engineering and infrastructure and the underlying processes within recruitment that may create obstacles to increasing their representation in the workplace.

Our new report explores these challenges along with the tools and strategies aimed at improving diversity and inclusion including:

  • Advancing Women of Color in Engineering and Infrastructure

  • How AI Can Boost Diversity Hiring

  • How Artificial Intelligence Furthers Hiring Bias

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