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The Status of Women and Girls

About the Status of Women and Girls

IWPR’s “Status of Women” reports are a unique source of comprehensive information on women. IWPR has analyzed data on a wide range of indicators at the local, state, national, and international levels, including demographics, economic security, educational attainment, reproductive rights, political participation, civic engagement, and access to health care and work supports. To date, IWPR has released reports on each U.S. state and the District of Columbia, in addition to several city/area reports, and a series of reports and a toolkit on Women in the Middle East and North Africa. Each report offers policy recommendations shaped by the research findings for that state or city/area. Recent state-level reports include The Status of Women & Girls in Colorado, The Status of Women in North Carolina, The Status of Women & Girls in West Virginia, and the 2010 Portrait of Women & Girls in the Washington Metropolitan Area.

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2012 Status of Women Data

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The Status of Women in Your County: A Community Research Tool

Status of Women in the States
Status of Women in the Middle East and North Africa

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Latest Reports from IWPR

The Status of Women in Tennessee, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Tennessee reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Tennessee and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Tennessee and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in South Dakota, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

South Dakota reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in South Dakota and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in South Dakota and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in South Carolina, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

South Carolina reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in South Carolina and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in South Carolina and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Rhode Island, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Rhode Island reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Rhode Island and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Rhode Island and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Pennsylvania, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Pennsylvania reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Pennsylvania and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Pennsylvania and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Oregon, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Oregon reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Oregon and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Oregon and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Oklahoma, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Oklahoma reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Oklahoma and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Oklahoma and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Ohio, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Ohio reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Ohio and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Ohio and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in New York, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

New York reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in New York and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in New York and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Nevada, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Nevada reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Nevada and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Nevada and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in New Mexico, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

New Mexico reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in New Mexico and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in New Mexico and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in New Jersey, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

New Jersey reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in New Jersey and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in New Jersey and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in New Hampshire, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

New Hampshire reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in New Hampshire and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in New Hampshire and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Nebraska
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Nebraska reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Nebraska and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Nebraska and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in North Dakota, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

North Dakota reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in North Dakota and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in North Dakota and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in North Carolina, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

North Carolina reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in North Carolina and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in North Carolina and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Montanta, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Montana reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Montana and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Montana and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Mississippi, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Mississippi reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Mississippi and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Mississippi and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Missouri, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Missouri reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Missouri and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Missouri and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 

The Status of Women in Michigan, 2004: Highlights
by Amy Caiazza, PhD and April Shaw (November 2004)

Michigan reflects both the advances and limited progress achieved by women in the United States. Women in Michigan and the United States as a whole are seeing important changes in their lives and in their access to political, economic, and social rights. However, they by no means enjoy equality with men, and they still lack many of the legal guarantees that would allow them to achieve that equality. Women in Michigan and the nation would benefit from stronger enforcement of equal opportunity laws, better political representation, adequate and affordable child care, and other policies that would help improve their status.

 
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