I'm watching Emma Watson's speech on gender equality. She says
I think it is right that women be involved in the policies
I understand the meaning all right but can anyone explain grammar behind this sentence? I mean "women be involved" . The verb "be" is right after the subject "women." For example, I guess "It is right that women to be involved" or "It is right that women should be involved" would be the right alternatives. Is it colloquial or grammatically correct expression to say that sentence without 'to' or 'should' etc? If so, why is it? Please enlighten me. Thanks!