The study ranked 153 countries on their closeness to gender equality across the four categories. For the eleventh year in a row, Iceland was named the most gender-equal country. Iceland, leading by example, passed a law to make it illegal for women to make less money than men in 2018. In fact, all top 4 spots are held by Nordic countries, with Norway, Finland and Sweden following. That’s no surprise, considering how women are leading the political game in Finland. The least equal countries, though, were Iraq and Yemen.
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