The authority gap: why women still aren’t taken seriously

The authority gap: why women still aren’t taken seriously

By The Guardian

Today in Focus

Monday, 26 July

When journalist Mary Ann Sieghart set out to document the ways that women are held back by a cultural presumption of their inferiority, she found reams of data to support her case – and heard stories of how it affects even the most successful women in the world. She explains why the authority gap persists, and asks what we can do about it. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
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