Calls for gender equality reporting in Indonesia ahead of G20 summit
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Shani Alexander
Shani Alexander, Senior Reporter

As Indonesia prepares to host world leaders later this year, the chair of the G20’s business engagement group has recommended mandatory company reporting on gender indicators to address inequality and empower women workers.

Female participation in Indonesia’s labour force stands at 53%, significantly lower than male participation at 82%. In addition, the number of women holding executive leadership positions in 200 companies listed on Indonesia’s stock exchange (IDX) has remained stagnant since 2019, according to B20 chair Shinta Widjaja Kamdani.


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