Progress of the Worldâ€™s Women 2015-2016: Transforming Economies, Realizing Rights
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KeywordsGender Equality and Women's Empowerment; Economic Empowerment; Education; Ending Violence against Women and Girls; Human Rights; Leadership and Political Participation; Peace and Security; CEDAW; ICESCR; labour participation; gender pay gaps; social service; employment; work; women; sex; substantial equality;
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