Gender Inequality

These economies reformed laws to secure equal pay for women: World Bank

Women's rights are improving, but the quest for equal pay for women is still in progress. Image: Pixabay/OpenRoadPR

Natália Mazoni Silva Martins

Analyst, Development Economics Global Indicators Group, World Bank

Bassam Sebti

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