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The best countries for women to live in

While in many countries, including third world countries, women are deprived of the most basic rights, in developed countries and northern countries, there are women who are ahead of men and enjoy all human and civil rights.

In Northern European countries, women have a better and easier life and these countries are considered their paradise. In these countries, women enjoy job and social positions, the right to education, health and quality health facilities, and in addition, all of these are even more advanced than men in the administration of the country and politics.

 

5 countries are considered as the best countries for the life of women

Sweden

Sweden has been defending women’s rights for years and fighting against gender discrimination. In this country, since 2018, an agency was established with the aim of ensuring gender equality and ensuring the elimination of gender discrimination.

 

Denmark

Since 1915, Denmark has given women the right to vote, and this country is known as an egalitarian society. In Denmark, women and men have the same opportunity to succeed.

 

Finland

Finland was the first country in Europe to give women the right to vote. This country gave this right to women in 1906. In Finland, women are entrusted with many job and political positions. Life expectancy for women in Finland is higher than for men. The prime minister of Finland is also a 34-year-old woman.

 

Norway

The first wave of feminism began in the 1840s in Norway, and this wave led to securing women’s rights in Scandinavian countries. Also, the abortion law was approved for the first time in Norway.

 

Iceland

Iceland is also one of the best countries in the world for women to live. Career and education opportunities for women in this country are even more than for men. In 2021, the number of female representatives in the Icelandic Parliament was reported to be 47.6%. Also, Iceland was the first country in Europe to have a female president.

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