Stats and Reports

These reports from various organisations provide data on gender diversity at senior levels and in the boardroom from a number of countries around the globe.

You may select to view data for the following regions:

  • FRIEDRICH EBERT STIFTUNG INTERNATIONAL POLICY ANALAYSIS: WOMEN ON BOARD – THE NORWEGIAN EXPERIENCE

    Norway was the first country to introduce a quota for women on company boards. Since its introduction in 2003, the number of »women on board« has reached 40 per cent as required by law.

  • THE 30% CLUB

    The 30% Club is a group of Chairmen voluntarily committed to bringing more women onto UK corporate boards.

  • WOMEN ON BOARDS – FEBRUARY 2011

    In 2010 women made up only 12.5% of the members of the corporate boards of FTSE 100 companies. This was up from 9.4% in 2004. But the rate of increase is too slow.

  • CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY: FEMALE FTSE BOARD REPORT 2012

    2012 has seen a step change in the number of women appointed onto FTSE 100 companies following the publication of the Davies Report in February 2011.

  • CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY: FEMALE FTSE BOARD REPORT 2010

    2010 saw another year of barely perceptible change in the representation of women in leadership positions of UK PLC’s top 100 companies.

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