Gender Inequality

Each for Equal is the women's day theme - these maps of the world show how far we have to go

Working women around the world face lingering inequality Image: REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS EMPLOYMENT TEXTILE) - GM1EA550X2U01

John Letzing

Digital Editor, Strategic Intelligence, World Economic Forum

Andrew Berkley

Lead, Immersive Technology and Content, World Economic Forum Geneva

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Gender Inequality

Incomes for men Image: The World Economic Forum
Incomes for women Image: The World Economic Forum
Incomes for men Image: The World Economic Forum
Incomes for women Image: The World Economic Forum
Map based on the 2019 edition of the Women, Peace, and Security Index Image: The World Economic Forum
Nigeria's gender discrepancies Image: The World Economic Forum
Map based on World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report Image: The World Economic Forum
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