The strength of the #MeToo movement and the fact that more women are entering the political arena worldwide suggest that gender inequality is shrinking. Not so, according to the authoritative and insightful 2018 Global Gender Gap Index compiled by the World Economic Forum. Progress has been uneven, with the achievement of near parity in education and health care but with painfully slow advancement in economic and political power. This noteworthy analysis will interest policy experts, activists and executives.
In this summary, you will learn
- Where the world stood in 2018 on gender equality,
- What areas have experienced the most and least progress, and
- Why policy makers should accelerate the move toward gender parity.
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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.