Has the gender inequality reduced or increased ?
Since a lot of organizations are working in reducing this inequality, but how far has it gone? Has it achieved the goal that needs to be achieved or worsen the situation?
In the West, women have equal or greater rights than men. For example, preference for many federal jobs, preference in child custody, priority in welfare and shelter.
Gender inequality remains bad in the developing world, such as in Muslim nations where women have to veil or risk jail or assault, forced marriages, female genital mutilation, women jailed for sex before marriage because they were raped.
by marketingskeptic7 years ago
How would you fight gender inequality in the workplace? Particularly over salary differences?
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