‘No Ceilings’ Data Show Gains On Gender Equality, But Gaps Remain

Huffington Post: How We Can Overcome the Unacceptable Gaps in Gender Equality
Chelsea Clinton, vice chair of the Clinton Foundation

“…At No Ceilings, we set out to determine what progress has been made since 1995 — more specifically, since the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing. … While the data show that we are making progress in a number of important areas — including health, education, and legal protections — it equally reveals that these gains have not been fully realized by all. … We know that by measuring the results, we can change them, because we all stand to gain from the full participation of women and girls…” (3/9).

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