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Asia’s 10 most gender equal countries

18/Sep/2018

Despite  a shrinking gender gap in many parts of the world,a lot of work still needs to be done to fully eradicate  inequalities between the sexes.

Asian economies that recognize the contribution gender equality makes to their economic success could lead the way in shrinking the gap further.

Since 2006, the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Index has raised awareness of gender disparities that exist around the world. The latest report highlights the areas of outstanding performance in Asia’s top 10 gender-equal states by analysing their economic, education, health and political opportunities. It also looks at areas where these countries face challenges in closing specific areas of the gender gap.......

Read more on https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/09/asia-gender-equal-countries

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