Gender Inequality

5 reasons why Switzerland's gender gap is getting smaller

Protesters at a women's strike in Zurich, Switzerland, June 2019.

Protesters at a women's strike in Zurich, Switzerland, June 2019. Image: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann

Micol Lucchi
Lead, Swiss Public Affairs, World Economic Forum
Samuel Werthmuller
Communications Officer, Europe, World Economic Forum
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