One of the themes adopted for next week’s International Women’s Day is ‘make it happen’. More than a century after the first Women’s Day took place, we might ask why it isn’t already happening, why that bedrock of gender inequality is still firmly in place. Thankfully, glass ceilings are – occasionally – broken, but deep-seated beliefs, attitudes and behaviour patterns are still undermining the legal and political advances in gender equality.
What can we do about it?
We could start b...
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