Ann Pettifor wrote a piece on the dinner, called "An Important Dinner for Women," that she attended at Davos. Here's what she said:
We were gathered together, courtesy of Matthew Freud, to strategise and organise to save the lives of millions of mothers. In other words, to recognise that unlike financiers, mothers lay sound and lasting foundations for any nation's economy. While we can do without financiers stripping us of our savings and assets, we can't do without mothers. For without their prudent management generations would not be fed, clothed, nursed, loved, educated, civilised and sent out into the world.
To read her full post at HuffingtonPost, click here.