The seventh edition of the WeWorld Index globally evaluates in which dimensions there are forms of inclusion/exclusion of women and…Read more
WeWorld Index 2020
- WeWorld Index 2020
- Publication Date
- November 17, 2020
The sixth edition of the WeWorld Index photographs the world at the time of Covid-19 with the addition of 3 new indicators measuring the impact of covid-19 on health, education and the economy. It shows that 2 out of 3 countries do not guarantee a dignified life for the most vulnerable: more violence, less access to education and health care and a lack of a healthy environment to grow up in are the characteristics of countries most at risk. In 2020, countries with an insufficient level of inclusion increased by 5%, which means that if the pace remains steady, by 2030 we will have another 26 countries below average/not able to ensure sufficient levels of inclusion for women and children.