Today is International Women’s Day, an event that has been celebrated around the world for almost a century.
While many societal barriers against women have been broken, we were struck by the results of a global survey by Reuters/Ipsos. It found that one in four people around the world still believes that a woman’s place is in the home.
In India, Turkey and Japan, almost half said women should stay at home, with little difference in attitude between men and women.
And Jason Overdorf reports for our partner GlobalPost on how class differences influence attitudes about gender in Delhi.
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