Co-meta’s Collective Impact Strategy to Promote Women’s Economic Rights in Jalisco
Keywords:Collective Impact, Gender equality, Social innovation, Systemic Change, Collaboration, Women economic empowerment
Gender inequality is a systemic social challenge related to multiple causes and the intertwined relations of public, private, and social actors in the ecosystem. This article proposes a social innovation called Co-meta, inspired by the collective impact of equity and justice lens. Co-meta is a collective impact initiative that has united actors from private, public and social sector in Jalisco since 2018. The common goal of this initiative is that of helping women access quality economic empowerment opportunities (education, accompaniment and network support). These are expected to reduce the gap in gender economic participation in the Jalisco from 30.81% to 25% by 2030.
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