Women in poor countries have the highest incidence of poverty of any demographic group, the worst health conditions, the least access to education, and the highest likelihood of being victims of violence. So what should be done?
- Mark Suzman argues that progress on gender equality requires higher-quality data than many national governments currently collect.
- Bjørn Lomborg urges policymakers to invest in measures that do the most to empower girls and women.
- PS Associate Editor Whitney Arana explains the challenges of closing the gender employment gap.