P&G | Gender Equality

P&G | Gender Equality

We aspire to build a better world for all of us — inside and outside of P&G — free from gender bias and with an equal voice and equal representation for women and men. A world where everyone sees equal. This focus makes sense for P&G, as many of our products are made uniquely for women and girls. We have deep insights into their lives, their challenges and their aspirations.

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Procter and Gamble's Marc Pritchard & The Female Quotient's Shelley Zalis Discuss the Road to 2020
"We recognized that in order to have accurate portrayals of women in front of the camera, we have to have representation behind the camera. Free the Bid found that 10% of commercials are directed by women. We need equal representation everywhere. "- Marc Pritchard.  ...
Jan 29, 2019 3:55 PM ET
3 Vital Steps to a New Gender Equality Playbook
By Carolyn Tastad, Group President, North America, Procter & Gamble and Deanna Bass, Director of Global Diversity and Inclusion, Procter & Gamble   ...
Jan 22, 2019 9:35 AM ET
P&G and Always Stand in Support of Girls Education and Equality on International Day of the Girl
At P&G, we're committed to creating a world where women and girls have equal opportunity and an equal voice. In honor of International Day of the Girl, a day focused on bringing attention, action, and enthusiasm to helping girls reach their full potential, we shared our support of two new programs that drive positive change towards gender equality. An important part of our...
Oct 19, 2018 9:45 AM ET
P&G, Gina Rodriguez Launch Campaign to Benefit Feeding America
Procter & Gamble Co. is partnering with actress Gina Rodriguez and the nonprofit Feeding America in a new advertising campaign that aims to build the confidence of girls as they enter puberty. The...
Aug 20, 2018 7:05 AM ET
Watch the Video and Help Always End Period Poverty
Nearly 1 in 5 girls in the US have missed school because they didn't have access to period protection. More than 137,000 girls in the UK regularly miss school because they don’t have access to sanitary protection, which not only impacts their education, but...
Aug 17, 2018 8:05 AM ET

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