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Not such a feminist paradise: Iceland struggles to deal with violence towards women

By: Annette Young Follow | Gaëlle ESSOO | Tamara PAVAN | Sonia BARITELLO

We take a look at Iceland that has one of Europe's highest per-capita levels of reported rapes; the very same nation that for nine years, has topped the World Economic Forum's list as having the world's smallest gender-equality gap. We also talk to Nida Januskis from one of France's leading business schools, INSEAD, on the challenge in making the corporate world more female friendly.


Plus cheers for the first woman to publicly perform solo at a concert in Saudi Arabia. (Still the audience was made up of women only.)

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