Just face it: the world still sees a persistent gap in access to opportunities and decision-making power for women and men, meaning that women have fewer opportunities – all kinds of them.
Even in Estonia, the cosy home of 1.3 million people, a haven of 7 unicorns and a state with the fifth highest score on the EU’s 2021 Gender Equality Index.
To some Estonian female movers and shakers, like Kadri Tammai, Shana Gavron and Heli Valtna, the topic of gender equality and women empowerment is just something that gets under their skin.
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