Gender Inequality

Gender parity is essential for economic recovery: These five investments will quicken the pace

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Gender parity is yet to be reached Image: Photo by Vonecia Carswell on Unsplash

Saadia Zahidi
Managing Director, World Economic Forum
Silja Baller
Head of Mission, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice, World Economic Forum
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