On Thursday morning, 19 July 2012, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim delivered remarks at the beginning of “Evidence and Impact: Closing the Gender Data Gap,” a one-day conference co-hosted by the Department of State and Gallup. PARIS21 Secretariat Manager, Mr. Johannes Jütting, participated in a panel discussion on "Gender Data: What We Know, What We Don't, and Why It Matters.” A primary purpose of this conference was to inspire data collection and analysis to fill critical gap in gender data.

Secretary Clinton referenced PARIS21 in her speech, which is available on the http://www.humanrights.gov site.



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