Equilo in the Media
During this episode Jessica and David O'Leary discuss Equilo’s work bringing together data, analytics, and tools to inform better gender-transformative decision-making across government, non-profits, and for-profit businesses. We discuss in detail two of Equilo’s tools, the GESI Contextual Analysis, and the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Risk Score, the methodology underpinning them, the challenges around data collection and comparability, and some of the surprising results of how various countries score on GBV Risk, and how investors should interpret and integrate this data. And be sure to stay tuned to the very end where Jessica discusses the exciting new predictive modelling work they are doing now.
In this episode, Manasi and Sualeha sit down with Jessica Menon, CEO of Equilo, a groundbreaking platform that harnesses big data and analytics to provide decision-makers with highly effective gender equality and social inclusion analysis tools. Jessica breaks down the power of understanding people's personal incentives when it comes to changing their knowledge and beliefs, along with the importance of conducting gender equality and social inclusion analysis in the earliest stages of policymaking. We close the episode with insights on how data and informed decision-making can challenge simplified narratives around gender inequity and on establishing action-oriented values as a company.
London, June 27 2022: On the occasion of the G7 Summit, the 2X Collaborative announced the launch of a co-creation process to develop an independent 2X Certification Mechanism for the investment industry. The 2X Certification mechanism, supported by the G7 and announced on the occasion of the G7 Summit 2022, will be developed in collaboration with the wider industry and partners in a co-creation process. It will build on major standard-setting trends in the broader ESG, impact investing and sustainability space as well as leverage innovative data solutions like Equilo and groundbreaking new tools for thematic deep-dives such as Criterion’s GBVH assessment tool, powered by Equilo.