Unfortunately, there is still a long way to go to achieve full equality of rights and opportunities between men and women in Pakistan, as despite Pakistan being the fifth most populous country in the world, with a population of nearly 227 million, of which 49.2% are female, the problem of gender inequality is a major concern, as according to the Global Gender Gap Index 2022, out of 156 countries, Pakistan occupies Ranked 145th in terms of economic participation and opportunity, 135th in educational attainment, 143rd for health and survival, and 95th for political empowerment, moreover, Pakistan ranks 130th out of 139 countries, according to the Global Justice Project’s Rule of Law Index.
Women in Pakistan between Marginalization and Societal Injustice
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