Dr. Nutt shares the following post with Trust Law – a global hub for free legal assistance and news and information on good governance and women’s rights – in celebration of International Women’s Day.

The chronic under-representation of women in politics and in executive positions is mistakenly attributed not to the systems that fail to support their personal and professional realities, but to women’s eternal quest for “greater work life balance” (a harmonious place located between Lilliput and Atlantis).

That women are still required to succeed on men’s terms, most pronounced within the corporate and political sectors, is rarely seen as the problem ab initio.

For many, feminism is regrettably now lived in the passive and not in the active sense.

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