Some kinds of laws expand women's and girls' economic opportunities. How does that work? – Washington Post

October 11, 2018

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Some kinds of laws expand women's and girls' economic opportunities. How does that work?
Washington Post
Around the world, women do the bulk of unpaid work at home, including child care, which limits their economic opportunities outside of the home. In fact, women do 2.6 times as much unpaid work at home as men. In countries where employment is largely in …

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