Only six countries in the world give women and men equal legal rights

Country
Denmark (DK)
Score
2.96
Source
The Guardian
Time
2019-03-01 (UTC)
ID
13305175

Sweden, France and Latvia found by the World Bank to enshrine gender equality in their laws, but implementation not guaranteed If you’re a woman and want to be on an equal footing with men, it’s best to live and work in Belgium, Denmark, France, Latvia, Luxembourg or Sweden. The World Bank, which has tracked legal changes for the past decade, found these were the only countries in the world to enshrine gender equality in their laws. The bank’s women, business and the law 2019 report, published this week, measured gender discrimination in 187 countries. It found that, a decade ago, no country gave women and men equal legal rights. Continue reading...