The Countries Where It’s Best And Worst To Be A Woman


WOMEN. HEALING. VIOLENCE.

Discrimination against women and girls isn’t just a moral issue: It also carries a high economic cost.

By BEN SCHILLER

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There’s an obvious moral case for promoting gender equality around the world, but there’s also an economic one. Countries that give opportunities to girls and women tend to do better economically, while those that don’t do less well. Almost all the least well-off countries in the world rank poorly for gender equality, because, as a new report puts it, “discrimination against women and girls carries a high development cost.”

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