- The World Economic Forum has just released their Global Gender Gap Report 2020, which looks at 153 countries and their progress made towards gender parity.
- This year’s report rated Iceland as the country that has made the most progress towards gender equality, followed Norway, Finland, and Sweden.
- Other Western countries regressed in their rankings, including Australia, the UK, and the US.
- According to the report, it will take 257 years for women to have the same economic opportunities as men, though many countries have made strides in providing opportunities for women in other areas, like politics and education.
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