Women’s leadership: has the gender gap completely broken?

During the middle ages, Christianity dissemination, throughout Europe, relegated women’s role in a lot of areas of the feudal society; the religious beliefs marked women like objects and rejected them by their impure nature (1). At the time the academic institutions banned women’s entry, limiting their contributions to the sciences (2); the exception was Salerno, the only medical college in Europe that opened its doors to females (3,4).

Read more at: https://europeansting.com/2021/07/26/womens-leadership-has-the-gender-gap-completely-broken/

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