Women in the Czech Republic
A portrait of a young modern-day woman in Prague, the Czech Republic
|Gender Inequality Index|
|Rank||13th out of 152|
|Maternal mortality (per 100,000)||5 (2010)|
|Women in parliament||20.6% (2013)|
|Females over 25 with secondary education||99.9% (2012)|
|Women in labour force||50.1% (2012)|
|Global Gender Gap Index|
|Rank||83rd out of 136|
|Women in society|
The history, characteristic, evolution, and genealogies of present-day women in the Czech Republic can be traced back from many centuries before the establishment of the country now known as the Czech Republic. They have originated from ancestral Slavic settlers who had an economy that was based primarily on agriculture. After the period in the history of the Czech Republic known as the Velvet Revolution, many women have become individuals with full-time jobs and who, at the same time, are also focusing on their responsibilities as homemakers, giving themselves "a high sense of personal efficacy and independence" within Czech society.
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- "The Global Gender Gap Report 2013" (PDF). World Economic Forum. pp. 12–13.
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- Ferber, Marianne A. and Phyllis Hutton Raabe. "Women in the Czech Republic: Feminism, Czech Style". International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society Vol. 16, No. 3, Toward Gender Equity: Policies and Strategies (Spring, 2003), pp. 407-430. JSTOR, Springer. Retrieved 6 November 2013.
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