Gender Inequality

Women’s World Cup: extra time to reflect on the broader injustices women and girls face

Progress is being made against unfair gender practices in sport. Image: REUTERS

Sarah Zipp

Lecturer, Faculty of Health Science and Sport, University of Stirling

Lilamani de Soysa

Researcher in Sports Studies, University of Tsukuba

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