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Bitget’s Gracy Chen Delegates UN Women CSW68 Conference, Advocating for Inclusivity and Sustainable Development

Bitget's Gracy Chen Delegates UN Women CSW68 Conference, Advocating for Inclusivity and Sustainable Development

Victoria, Seychelles, March 21st, 2024, Chainwire

Gracy Chen, Managing Director of Bitget, recently was selected as a delegate at the 68th annual Commission on the Status of Women (CSW68), the UN’s premier gathering on gender equality and women’s empowerment. The event, started from March 11 to March 22, focused on the theme “Accelerating the achievement of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls by addressing poverty and strengthening institutions and financing with a gender perspective.”

Gracy Chen actively participated in sessions addressing crucial topics such as empowering youth and women for a sustainable future in the age of AI, technology, and social media. The sessions aimed to promote inclusivity across cultural, social, and economic aspects while leveraging technology and storytelling for global cooperation. The event emphasized dismantling racism, raising awareness through innovative tech-driven strategies, exploring cultural diversity, and highlighting the role of international cooperation in bridging communities.

In addition to Gracy Chen’s participation, CSW68 conference facilitated interactions with notable figures such as:

  • H.E. Taha Ayhan, President of ICYF
  • H.E. Meriem Chehih, President of Algerian Women Forum
  • Mr. Faruk Diken, Manager, Women and Youth Empowerment Division, Islamic Development Bank
  • H.E. Dr. Azza Karam, Coordinator of UN Global Interfaith Network on Development, Humanitarianism, and Peace and Security
  • Dr. Sana Tayyan, Redlands University, Los Angeles
  • Ms. Esme Longley, President of McGill Youth Advisory Delegation
  • Mr. Nicole Cojuangco, The Urban Assembly Maker Academy, Brooklyn, New York, an expert in high-tech curriculums for inclusivity
  • Mr. Enes Abdennebi, Computer Engineer, PhD ETSMTL, Canada, an AI and future technology specialist

CSW68 served as a platform for governments, civil society organizations, experts, and activists to come together and agree on actions and investments to end women’s poverty and advance gender equality. The conference highlighted the urgent need for accelerated progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly in addressing poverty and strengthening institutions with a gender perspective. Solutions discussed included investing in policies and programs that address gender inequalities, boosting women’s leadership,…

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