Female leadership in the Middle East: Striving for progress

The Middle East has one of the widest gender gaps in the world. Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria, Iran and Saudi Arabia are all ranked in the bottom ten countries in the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report for 2021. Afghanistan, which is in Asia and borders Iran and Pakistan, is ranked bottom. Traditional, patriarchal culture, alongside lack of religious freedom, legal frameworks and ongoing conflict zones have contributed to this gap.

But, there is some movement.

Read more at: https://www.managers.org.uk/knowledge-and-insights/article/female-leadership-in-the-middle-east-striving-for-progress/

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