Discussing the 2019 UN Commission on the Status of Women

By Camille Wynter
B Com / B Sci Senior Sustainable Investment Analyst Sydney, Australia
In March 2019, AMP Capital's Carmel Hourigan (Global Head of Real Estate) and Camille Wynter (ESG Investment Researcher) joined Liz Broderick (Male Champions of Change Founder) and an Australian delegation to attend the 63rd UN Commission on the Status of Women in New York. In this podcast, Carmel and Liz discuss their findings from the conference with Camille, and share some great stories they heard on the trip.
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