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Last updated November 25, 2020
Created November 19, 2020
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Name Mekong Women in Open Data_full report

Gender inequality underscores the lives of women all over the world. It is rooted in systems of governance and cultural norms that function to perpetuate this inequality. The systemic roots of gender inequality intersect to create an underlying web that impacts the ability of women to access data in Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Myanmar, and Vietnam (together, CLMV). The nature of gender inequality is such that women are often unable to place exactly why they are experiencing injustices in their lives. This report explores the various barriers impacting women‚ and their access to open data in the region, identified through primary research conducted in 2018 and 2019, and desk reviews.

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