Gender Gap


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A disparity in academic ranking, opportunities for advancement, research and salaries, between men and women which occurs in medicine and science
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The 2017 Global Gender Gap report, published by the World Economic Forum, included 144 countries and attempted to show the magnitude of gender-based disparities, including those in incomes.
3 trillion by 2025 by closing the gender gap in economic participation by 25 percent over the same period, according to the same report.
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The report, quantifying gender disparities, tracking progress and focusing on the gender gap's key areas, stated that it would take 100 years for the gender gap to disappear completely across the 106 countries surveyed since the report's inception and highlights that the economic gender gap will take another 217 years.
Thus, when assessing the gender gap for a given president, it is important to look how it compares with the gap for other presidents of the same party.
The cost of the gender gap in agriculture productivity, provides results of research undertaken since 2015 in Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia and Rwanda.
The maximum gender gap in survival of under-five for female child is in Bihar (46% higher mortality for female child), followed by Haryana (23%), Kerala (20%), Assam, Karnataka (19%) and Rajasthan (17%).
I think companies need to take more ownership over the gender gap themselves because if everybody does that then overall it will improve.
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In a speech given on her behalf by Sheikha Al Shamsi, Director of the Office of the GWU's Secretary-General, Al Suwaidi stressed that the summit will aim to accelerate the integration of the working schedule of women in areas of security and peace, as well as to reduce the gender gap in the UAE, based on the directives and aspirations of the country's wise leadership.
Tahir Mehdi, an elections expert with Tabeer-Consolidating Democracy in Pakistan, briefed the participants on the current situation, noting that the gender gap in the electoral rolls has been growing steadily since possession of CNIC was made a requirement to be included in the electoral rolls.
Senator Farhatullah Babar highlighted the need to act with urgency to close the gender gap prior to the next elections, saying 'If NADRA continues to issue cards at its current capacity, it will take 15 to 20 years to close the gender gap in the rolls.

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