Women's Rights - Country by Country [The Guardian]
The Guardian has partnered up with MamaCash and AWID to create a Women's Rights and Gender Equality section, which also includes an interactive chart that illustrates various women's rights implemented by each country around the world.
See the interactive chart here:
The data used is from The World Bank, dating back to April 2013. Although the chart does not have full details on each country, it still gives a rough picture of the rights that do exist for women.
My question would be,
given that we now have data collection techniques, like Big Data, and initiatives, how can we use them to help create safer low-income urban areas for women and girls? How are we going to get information from countries where the data needed is almost non-existent or difficult to obtain?