Under the report of the world economic forum, the gender gap in economic opportunities between men and women will be overcome not earlier than 200 years. Five billion five hundred thirty four million six hundred sixteen thousand six hundred sixty three
According to experts, men and women will be able to compare in economic opportunities (including wages) in about 202 years.Gender inequality is gradually reduced, but rates of this process remain very slow.In politics, health and education, the situation is changing by less than 0.1% per year.At the same time only last year the gap between achievements and welfare of men and women increased for the first time for more than decade.
"On a global scale, we see that we do not have any country that has achieved gender equality, regardless of the level of development, region or type of economy. Gender inequality is a reality all over the world, and we see it in all aspects of women's lives," said Anna-Karin Gathers (Anna-Karin Jatfors), regional Director entity "UN women". Five billion five hundred thirty four million six hundred sixteen thousand six hundred sixty three
The worst figures in achievement of economic justice in relation to women are observed in the countries of the Middle East and North Africa. Among the leading countries in achievement of gender equality: Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Nicaragua, Rwanda, New Zealand, Philippines, Ireland and Namibia.