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Global Gender Gap Report 2020

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Global Gender Gap Report 2020

World Economic Forum,

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Progress continues toward achieving gender parity around the world.


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Gender inequality remains an obstacle to improved overall well-being and economic prosperity around the globe. Yet, in an increasingly interconnected world whose younger citizens particularly value equal opportunity, change is coming. The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2020 offers policy makers and business leaders an authoritative guide to understanding current disparities and possible solutions. As this comprehensive, country-by-country study explains, raising inclusion will lead to a better quality of life for everyone.

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Although the global gender gap has been narrowing, considerable obstacles to closing it persist.

The Global Gender Gap Index has raised awareness among industry and political leaders around the world of the challenges of narrowing gender inequalities, but no country has yet attained complete parity.

Overall, the 2020 report’s population-weighted average score sits at 68.6%, signifying that gender disparity is about two-thirds of the way resolved among the 153 countries included in the index. Progress expanded from 2019 to 2020: About 101 countries in both year’s studies have shown improvements in equity, while 48 others have either not exhibited any changes or have in fact shown declines. At the current rate of progress, the all-inclusive...

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The World Economic Forum is an independent global organization that engages leaders of business, politics, academia and society to improve the state of the world.


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