Gender Equality And Genderequality

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Introduction:
Gender equality refers to the state of no discrimination amongst the genders in terms of status, dignity and power. ‘Treating equal’ or ‘reducing the gender gap’ can be used as alternative terms. It is strongly believed as an approach to enhance sustainable development and reduce the existing poverty [1]. Gender gap was measured by the World Economic Forum (WEF) by analyzing the rights and varied opportunities of men and women in different sectors of society, say health, employment, education, political empowerment, etc. [2]. Sustainably sound society is a society with advanced development in all of the sectors mentioned above.
Looking into the reasons for the initiation of gender discrimination issue, historical culture
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