Gender Inequality

It's 100 years since US women got the right to vote, but how has gender equality changed? 

Setting a benchmark? Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Joe Myers

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Women suffragists picketing in front of the White house, 1917. Image: Wikimedia Commons
Work to do. Image: World Economic Forum - Gender Gap Report 2020
Lacking leadership? Image: World Economic Forum - Global Gender Gap Report 2020
Women are underrepresented globally. Image: World Economic Forum - Global Gender Gap Report 2020

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