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Calling all gender experts to take part in our annual women’s rights poll and help us ignite worldwide debate

TrustLaw Women, a women’s rights news service run by Thomson Reuters Foundation, is conducting a global poll of experts looking at the best and worst G20 countries to be a woman.

We need your expertise. It only takes a few minutes to complete the survey. Your participation will help highlight important issues affecting women – including health, gender violence and discrimination – ahead of the G20 summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, June 18-19.

Please feel free to forward this email to any colleagues you feel would be qualified to take part. Results will be launched in June on TrustLaw and via the Reuters newswire.

Please click here to access the survey. Please complete the survey by 31st of March.

Last year’s poll identified the world’s most dangerous countries to be a woman, sparking massive media coverage and debate.

See a video on the impact of the poll here, and see how it changed life on the ground here.

We thank you in advance for your time.

For more information please contact florentina.diacu {at}


News From A Broad's picture

Your links

I would like to take your poll but I am unable to find anything in your post that allows me to do so.
Benne' Rockett

Benné Rockett

Breese's picture

Hi Benne, sorry about that.

Hi Benne, sorry about that. Here is the link to the survey:

If you have questions, the contact person's email is provided in my post.

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