Gender Inequality

STEM has a gender problem. We must address it in the COVID-19 recovery

Women remain a minority in key fields such as computer science and engineering. Image: UNSPLASH/ThisisEngineering RAEng

Giulia Ajmone Marsan

Director, Strategy and Partnership, ERIA

Ravindra Ngo

Founder, The Asian Network

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Globally, there remains a significant gender gap in emerging jobs. Image: World Economic Forum

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