Gender Inequality

Women’s rights must be central to the global recovery. Here’s why

Women's right remain patchy across the world. Image: REUTERS/Hayam Adel

Tea Trumbic

Program Manager, Women, Business and the Law, World Bank

Norman Loayza

Lead Economist, World Bank

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a chart showing how laws affect women's working lives
Laws affect almost every element of a woman's working life. Image: World Bank
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Progress is patchy. Image: World Bank
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