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Video: How can women in Pakistan get ahead?

Image: A woman is seen looking through a gap in her house on the border with Pakistan REUTERS/Kamal Kishore.

Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy
Chief Executive Officer, SOC Films
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“As long as a woman wants an identity that is separate from a man, change will happen.”

Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy – award-winning documentary filmmaker – discusses the prospects for women in the workplace, education and society in her home country of Pakistan.

Read the Global Gender Gap Report 2013 and explore our interactive map below to find out which countries are ahead on gender equality.

 

 Image: A woman is seen looking through a gap in her house on the border with Pakistan REUTERS/Kamal Kishore.

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