Gender Inequality

Gender equality by 2030? Those countries making most progress offer lessons on what to change

The World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Report 2022 found that the world is only 4% closer to total parity than when it first launched in 2006. Image: Photo by Yogendra Singh on Unsplash

Kusum Kali Pal

Specialist, Centre for the New Economy and Society, World Economic Forum

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North America leads the world in overall gender parity, closely followed by Europe. Image: World Economic Forum

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