Gender Inequality

Women in Iceland have walked out of work to dispute the gender pay gap

Demonstrations were held in 16 towns and cities. Image: REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

Emma Charlton

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Women and girls protest for equal pay in Iceland
Image: Kvennafrí 2018/Rut Sigurðardóttir
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Image: The Global Gender Gap Report 2017/World Economic Forum

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Women protest for equal pay in Iceland
Image: Kvennafrí 2018/Rut Sigurðardóttir
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