Prejudice towards feminine leaders grows, examine exhibits
Jacinda Arden, Prime Minister of New Zealand, is one of the greatest examples of female leadership in politics today.
O Prejudice against female leaders is increasing, according to an international survey. Most worryingly, the study revealed that younger generations have less progressive views of women in leadership positions than their parents or grandparents.
The Reykjavik Leadership Index, an annual international survey, examines how people perceive female leadership—and this year’s survey brings nothing but bad news for women aspiring to take on these roles. The survey, a collaboration between the global Women Political Leaders network, an advocacy group, and Kantar Public, a public policy and consulting firm, surveyed more than 10,000 people in 14 countries.