Justice and Law

The share of women in legislatures around the world is growing, but they are still underrepresented

German Chancellor Angela Merkel receives Laos' Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, March 13, 2019.     REUTERS/Annegret Hilse - RC1560B9F590

The Nordic countries have the highest proportion of women within national legislative bodies. Image: REUTERS/Annegret Hilse

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