Gender Inequality

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Sanna Marin, Prime Minister of Finland, speaks at the 'Getting to 50-50 Gender Parity' at Davos 2020. Image: Flickr/World Economic Forum

Darren Thackeray

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Nordic nations lead the world in gender parity. Image: Global Gender Gap Report 2020.

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