Gender Inequalities: “Past” Issues and Future Possibilities

Sharing core norms and values
Feb 14, 2023 | Open Mind

Gendered inequality is visible in both public and private spheres, especially in the economic, political, and social spheres. In her article for Open Mind, Victoria Robinson provides evidence of the most pressing examples of gendered inequalities. She seeks to assess whether progress has been made on gender issues in a global context, specifically how far gender equality has progressed in the past decade. She reflects on how we might tackle the most pressing current social, economic, and political dimensions of the question in the next decade and beyond.

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