Gender Inequality

The state of women’s leadership in 5 statistics

For years, women have been underrepresented in global leadership. Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Victoria Masterson

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Less than a third of women hold management positions. Image: The World’s Women 2020: Trends and Statistics
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There are 20 heads of state or government who are women. Image: The World’s Women 2020: Trends and Statistics
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