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Freedom and equality for women and minorities—the real history you may not know

Progressive economists sought to exclude “unfit” workers—mostly women and minorities—from the labour market.


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What The Handmaid’s Tale can teach us about gender inequality

In countries where men and women’s economic rights are equally protected under the law, women live on average about nine years longer.


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Saudi Arabia's anti-women laws require swift dose of economic freedom - Women and Progress

Saudi women must obtain permission from their guardians before they travel, go to university, get a job or get married.


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Not surprisingly, low-ranking countries include Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar.


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In the quarter freest countries, women’s literacy is 92 per cent and men’s 95 per cent.