About this Event

    In pursuit of our mandate to create an equal and inclusive social & economic ecosystem for women worldwide, the G100 is holding 100 global meetings and high-level consultations in 100 countries with decision makers, leaders and stakeholders in multilateral institutions such as the UN, EU, AU, GCC, Commonwealth, as well as Governments, Corporate Organisations, Business Leaders, Foundations, Universities and Civil Society.Since September 2021, G100 missions have taken place in over 40 countries starting with G100 - UN meetings in Geneva, followed by G100 - EU meetings in The Hague and Brussels, and then G100 - UN meetings in New York. In January 2022, G100-UAE meetings held in Dubai and G100-UK meetings held in London with a grand reception at the House of Lords. G100 meetings have also happened in Spain, Romania, Malta, Portugal, Sweden, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand including 8 Countries in the Balkans (Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Serbia and Albania), Argentina, France, Egypt, Turkey, Bangladesh, India and Portugal Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, United Kingdom and Italy.The G100-West Africa meetings will facilitate meetings with 16 Countries of the region within country tracks.RSVP to join us in Lagos, Nigeria on 20 February 2024 ahead of the Women Economic Forum - West Africa edition also happening on 21-23 February 2024.

    our mission

    We are happy to welcome all G100 leaders across the globe and prominent minds from different organisations and sectors interested in fostering a cross cultural engagement and exchange in West Africa, to discuss the G100-ELLEGOSSSE Recommendations for Peace, Prosperity & Progress of ALL and facilitate better cross continental partnerships, collaborations and development with women from the region.Gender equality is SDG 5 of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goal. G100 believes that Gender Equality is no longer a women’s issue or one country’s issue but one that concerns us all. Like in the case of the pandemic, climate change, or terrorism. Gender inequality has also become a global challenge that needs concerted effort by all to combat and overcome the challenges it presents. With engagement and exchange, we enable gender equality to be viewed and pursued by all, as an urgent social and economic imperative toward unlocking the power of women and co-creating a better future for all.The G100 offers the myriad strengths and resourcefulness of its network and knowledge in the service of all solutions that further women’s equality, empowerment and leadership across sectors.*FIND SUMMARY OF PAST G100 MEETINGS --> HERERSVP to be part of our marathon meetings in Lagos, Nigeria on 20 February 2024.


    "Addressing the Gender Gaps in West Africa: The Pathway to Facilitating an Egalitarian Future..."


    Introductions, Opening Remarks and Welcome Address at 12.00 PM | Country Track 1 and 2 at 1.00PM - 3.00PM | Country Track 3, 4 and 5 at 3.00pm - 5.00pm

    • TRACK 1: Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone

    • TRACK 2: Benin, Carpe Verde, The Gambia, Togo

    • TRACK 3: Burkina Faso, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Senegal

    • TRACK 4: Côte D'Ivoire, Mali, Mauritania, Niger

    • TRACK 5: Rest of Africa & Global Perspectives

    Cocktail Reception

    • Meet & Greet VIP Cocktail Reception for all G100 global & country leaders, advisory councils, members, stakeholders and VIP guests.

    • DATE: Tuesday, 20 February 2024

    • TIME: 6:00pm - 9:00pm WAT

    • VENUE: Westwood Hotel, Ikoyi (22 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos Island).


    • Convener: Dr. Alex Okoroji (G100 Global Chair - Media Arts & Communication)

    • Chief Guest: Dr. Harbeen Arora Rai (G100 Founder & President)

    • Supported by all G100 leaders from West Africa and co-organised by the G100 Nigeria Country Club and G100 Media Arts & Communication wing

    *RSVP Now to join us in Lagos, Nigeria on 20 February 2024


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