An Animated Introduction to Gender Lens Investing by Frontier Brokers Network

This animated video on Gender Lens Investing is brought to you by the Frontier Brokers Network, supported by the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade. To access subtitles or to change the language, font, or opacity, select ‘settings’, followed by ‘subtitles’ in the video toolbar. There are currently subtitles available in 4 languages: English, Khmer, Indonesian, and Fijian. If you would like to request subtitling in another language, please reach out to us on LinkedIn (Frontier Brokers Network) and let us know.

The Frontier Brokers Network comprises 7 impact investment firms, working collaboratively to develop resources such as this video, which we welcome you to share! Each of the Brokers adopt a gender lens investing approach, assessing gender dynamics and measurably addressing gender inequality – in capital markets, their own investment processes and in local contexts where social entrepreneurs are working.

This video follows fictional entrepreneur, Dewi, highlighting the unique barriers she faces in accessing financial services as a woman. We then identify the steps investors can take to incorporate a gender lens into their investments, to increase gender equity in value chains and make a difference in the lives of women entrepreneurs such as our character Dewi.

The Frontier Brokers developed this animation as a resource for those, like us, who wanted a more simplified, accessible explanation of gender lens investing. So, if you would like to have your own downloaded copy of our GLI animation to share with others, please contact us.

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The Frontier Brokers Network organisations are:
– Athena Global Alliance
– Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
– Brightlight Group
– Good Return
– Impact Investment Exchange
– Investing for Good
– Living Collaborations
– Moonshot Global
– Palladium
– University of Melbourne

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