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- Jenny Lincoln from Business in the Community

Structural and cultural barriers must be removed for true gender equality

Despite decades of gender equality legislation, it is still the perceived norm for women to stop working to care, and for men to provide financially. But the last century has seen a gradual shift in this power structure. Women are now more educated, independent, ambitious and confident than ever before, as demonstrated in PwC’s report on female millennials. What it means to be a ‘woman’ has changed. But has the man’s role adapted at the same pace? And what are the barriers slowing it down?

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