This initial report by WPL, based on findings of the University of Korea and in partnership with King’s College and the Oliver Wyman Forum shows that a country’s overall progress and performance improves

when it has significant representation of women in political leadership because they often have different viewpoints and priorities than men. Increased representation of women typically results in more laws that ensure equality and greater participation of women in the workforce. Releasing the report on WPL’s 10th anniversary reinforces WPL’s mission to increase the number and influence of women in political leadership positions. Read more here.