Gender Inequality

'Sexist' data is holding women back, Bill and Melinda Gates say

Ramela Meseljevic, a 7 year-old girl born without both of her hands and one of her legs shorter than the other, attends classes in the her school in Begov Han, Bosnia and Herzegovina December 2, 2015. International Day of Disabled Persons is observed on December 3 with the theme "Inclusion matters: access and empowerment of people of all abilities". Picture taken on December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic - D1AERZEBNQAB

"You can't improve things if you don't know what's going on." Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Sonia Elks
Journalist, Reuters
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