Saudi Aramco promotes women’s empowerment and participation in decision-making initiatives

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It is sponsored by the summit of the Women’s Communication Group W20, which was organized virtually in Riyadh

Within the framework of a partnership that brought together representatives of the G20 countries and experts from thought leaders, Saudi Aramco sponsored the Summit of the Women Empowerment Group (W20) that was organized virtually and finally hosted by Riyadh with a wide global presence .. This sponsorship came from the harmony of the principles of the Women Empowerment Group with the company’s efforts to achieve diversity And comprehensiveness to ensure the empowerment of all employees.

The summit topics dealt with the changes needed to enhance the participation and empowerment of women in the Kingdom’s economy in several areas, such as: financial and digital participation, participation in the field of work and decision-making, and the promotion of entrepreneurship headed by women all over the world.

The summit meetings provided an opportunity for Saudi Aramco to raise awareness of the importance of achieving gender equality.

During the summit, the Saudi Aramco Diversity and Inclusion department supervised a session that discussed women’s participation in the workforce entitled “Empowering Women: A Practical Method,” which was moderated by Rima Siyam, Head of the Company’s Diversity and Inclusion Department, and Judith Michael Williams, Senior Vice President and Officer of Diversity and Participation And workforce sustainability at SAP SE, Dr. Mary Minnie, Senior Partner and Head of Global Leadership Practices at McKinsey, and Dr. Maria Angelica Perez, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Standard Chartered Bank, as experts in debates on practical ways to empower women and men through Proven methodologies, addressing a number of issues from the Corona pandemic to digital engagement and management through empathy.

During the Saudi Aramco session, which witnessed the largest number of viewers among the summit sessions, Rima Siyam, Head of the Diversity and Inclusion Department at the company, confirmed that Saudi Aramco seeks to be a global model to be emulated in the framework of diversity and inclusion by enhancing the environments concerned with participation and inclusiveness, and the implementation of initiatives Empowering women, such as participating in establishing the pioneering national academy, organizing programs and educational opportunities for women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.

Fasting is indicated; The summit presented a number of lessons learned, including the inclusion of women in the decision-making process and their empowerment in the context of the Kingdom’s economy, stressing that it is the responsibility of all sectors to prepare and highlight good role models that are characterized by a diversity of males and females.

It is worth noting that the Women Empowerment Group was established in 2015, and it is a group concerned with providing and including recommendations for women in the policies studied by the G20 (G20) and a link in the series of G20 events, but it is independent of governments.

The main objective of the Women Empowerment Group is to ensure that considerations related to women are embedded in the G20 discussions and translated in the G20 leaders’ statement into policies and commitments that promote gender equality and empower women at the economic level.

The G20 summit in Riyadh

Saudi Aramco promotes women’s empowerment initiatives and their participation in decision-making

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Within the framework of a partnership that brought together representatives of the G20 countries and experts from thought leaders, Saudi Aramco sponsored the Summit of the Women’s Empowerment Group (W20) that was organized virtually and finally hosted by Riyadh with a wide global presence .. This sponsorship came from the harmony of the principles of the Women’s Empowerment Group with the company’s efforts to achieve diversity. And comprehensiveness to ensure the empowerment of all employees.

The summit topics dealt with the changes needed to enhance women’s participation and empowerment in the Kingdom’s economy in several areas, such as: financial and digital participation, participation in the field of work and decision-making, and the promotion of entrepreneurship headed by women around the world.

The summit meetings provided an opportunity for Saudi Aramco to raise awareness of the importance of achieving gender equality.

During the summit, the Saudi Aramco Diversity and Inclusion department supervised a session that discussed women’s participation in the workforce entitled “Empowering Women: A Practical Method,” which was moderated by Rima Siyam, Head of the Company’s Diversity and Inclusion Division, and Judith Michael Williams, Senior Vice President and Responsible for Diversity and Participation And workforce sustainability at SAP SE, Dr. Mary Minnie, Senior Partner and Head of Global Leadership Practices at McKinsey, and Dr. Maria Angelica Perez, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Standard Chartered Bank, as experts in debates on practical ways to empower women and men through Proven methodologies, addressing a number of issues from the Corona pandemic to digital engagement and management through empathy.

During the Saudi Aramco session, which witnessed the largest number of viewers among the summit sessions, Rima Siyam, Head of the Diversity and Inclusion Department at the company, confirmed that Saudi Aramco seeks to be a global model to be emulated in the framework of diversity and inclusion by enhancing the environments concerned with participation and inclusiveness, and the implementation of initiatives Empowering women, such as participating in establishing the pioneering national academy, organizing programs and educational opportunities for women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.

Fasting is indicated; The summit presented a number of lessons learned, including the inclusion of women in the decision-making process and their empowerment in the context of the Kingdom’s economy, stressing that it is the responsibility of all sectors to prepare and highlight good role models that are characterized by a diversity of males and females.

It is worth noting that the Women Empowerment Group was established in 2015, and it is a group concerned with providing and including recommendations for women in the policies studied by the G20 (G20) and a link in the series of G20 events, but it is independent of governments.

The main objective of the Women Empowerment Group is to ensure that considerations related to women are embedded in the G20 discussions and translated in the G20 leaders’ statement into policies and commitments that promote gender equality and empower women at the economic level.

October 28, 2020 – Rabi Al-Awal 11, 1442

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It is sponsored by the summit of the Women’s Communication Group W20, which was organized virtually in Riyadh

Within the framework of a partnership that brought together representatives of the G20 countries and experts from thought leaders, Saudi Aramco sponsored the Summit of the Women’s Empowerment Group (W20) that was organized virtually and finally hosted by Riyadh with a wide global presence .. This sponsorship came from the harmony of the principles of the Women’s Empowerment Group with the company’s efforts to achieve diversity. And comprehensiveness to ensure the empowerment of all employees.

The summit topics dealt with the changes needed to enhance the participation and empowerment of women in the Kingdom’s economy in several areas, such as: financial and digital participation, participation in the field of work and decision-making, and the promotion of entrepreneurship headed by women around the world.

The summit meetings provided an opportunity for Saudi Aramco to raise awareness of the importance of achieving gender equality.

During the summit, the Saudi Aramco Diversity and Inclusion department supervised a session that discussed women’s participation in the workforce entitled “Empowering Women: A Work Method,” which was moderated by Rima Siyam, Head of the Company’s Diversity and Inclusion Division, and Judith Michael Williams, Senior Vice President and Responsible for Diversity and Participation And workforce sustainability at SAP SE, Dr. Mary Minnie, Senior Partner and Head of Global Leadership Practices at McKinsey, and Dr. Maria Angelica Perez, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Standard Chartered Bank, as experts in debates on practical ways to empower women and men through Proven methodologies, addressing a number of issues from the Corona pandemic to digital engagement and management through empathy.

During the Saudi Aramco session, which witnessed the largest number of viewers among the summit sessions, Rima Siyam, Head of the Diversity and Inclusion Department at the company, affirmed that Saudi Aramco seeks to be a global model to be emulated in the framework of diversity and inclusion by strengthening the environments concerned with participation and inclusiveness, and the implementation of initiatives Empowering women, such as participating in establishing the leading national academy, organizing programs and educational opportunities for women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.

Fasting is indicated; The summit presented a number of lessons learned, including the inclusion of women in the decision-making process and their empowerment in the context of the Kingdom’s economy, stressing that it is the responsibility of all sectors to prepare and highlight good role models that are characterized by a diversity of males and females.

It is worth noting that the Women Empowerment Group was established in 2015, and it is a group concerned with providing and including recommendations for women in the policies studied by the G20 (G20) and a link in the series of G20 events, but it is independent of governments.

The main objective of the Women Empowerment Group is to ensure that considerations related to women are embedded in the G20 discussions and translated in the G20 leaders’ statement into policies and commitments that promote gender equality and empower women at the economic level.

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