Posted by: Admin | March 21, 2011

Gender equality – still an issue?

How is this possible in 2011? There are no sources quoted for these figures, but I assume they include war zones and developing countries. It’s a bit misleading if so as a fierce debate has broken out in the UK about these figures with familiar content: “all men are rapists” etc are slogans that should have passed with loon pants and sideburns.

Is gender inequality in the workplace still an issue here in the UK? Is it really an issue of institutional sexism, or the result of biological imperatives that take women out of the workplace at crucial points in their career development? What do you think?


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