On Jan. 2, thirteen powerful decision makers in Turkey met over a new year’s lunch. Not one of them was a woman. “Half the population has not even one voice over a lunch of 13.” Says Murat Yetkin in his Hurriyet Daily News Article.
Female participation in the Turkish workforce has dropped from 34 to 26 percent between 1990 and 2010, and is worsening as we speak. Additionally, there stands only one female governor out of 81 provincial governors in Turkey, 10 deputy provincial governors out of 464, and 11 female ambassadors in the Foreign Ministry out of 110. These numbers mirror almost all of job sectors; education, agriculture and more.
Additionally, Yetkin points out the rise in violence against women and its correlation with the decline of female visibility. He states that Turkey was once in a
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