Sunday, 5 November 2017

How South Africa ranks in the Global Gender Gap report.

JOHANNESBURG - A DECADE OF SLOW BUT STEADY PROGRESS ON IMPROVING PARITY BETWEEN THE SEXES CAME TO A HALT IN 2017, WITH THE GLOBAL GENDER GAP WIDENING FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM’S GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN 2006.

The Global Gender Gap Index ranks 144 countries on the gap between women and men on health, education, economic and political indicators. It aims to understand whether countries are distributing their resources and opportunities equitably between women and men, irrespective of their overall income levels.




Full story at IOL.

By Mashudu Malema.

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