The power of parity in Latin America

As International Women’s day once again focuses attention on gender inequality around the world, Latin America has made welcome progress in some areas. The region has three of the top ten fastest-improving countries in the world since 2006—Bolivia, Ecuador, and Nicaragua—according to the World Economic Forum. However, on current trends the region as a whole could take another 72 years to fully close the gender gap. Read the full article by Andres Cadena, Senior partner in McKinsey & Company’s Bogota office; Patricia Ellen, partner in McKinsey’s Sao Paulo office, and Trish Gyorey, partner in McKinsey’s Santiago office. Want to help fight corruption? This challenge could be for you One way of tackling issues such as public and private sector corruption, […]

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