Gender Inequality

Inflation affects women more than men. Civil society can help

In Britain, women’s formal shoes have seen a price increase of 75% in 2021 due to inflation, while those for men increased by only 14%. Image: Sora Shimazaki for Pexels

Bincheng Mao

Global Shaper, New York Hub

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Over the past two years, prices of products aimed at women are rising faster than those for men. Image: The New Statesman analysis of ONS data

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