Around the world, women have fewer rights than men - and COVID-19 is making it worse

The worst inequalities relate to family relationships, employment, control of economic assets, and violence. Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Sandie Okoro

Paul Prettitore

Senior Public Sector Specialist, World Bank

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Across the world, women have only three-quarters of the legal rights afforded to men. Image: UN Women

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