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G20 countries represent the 20 top global economic powers (including the European Union).

How is women's life in these countries?

A dedicated list of these countries releases facts about gender inequality, sexual harassment, under-representation in workforce,  teenage mothers and gender pay gap.

19. India - 44.5% of girls married before 18

18. Saudi Arabia - women not allowed to drive

17. Indonesia - 90% of women claim to have suffered sexual harassment in the workplace

16. South Africa - 66,196 sexual offences reported in 2010 - 2011

15. Mexico - 1/4 women suffer sexual abuse by partner

14. China - 1/4 women think it's justifiable for a man to beat wife

13. Russia - 57750 women trafficked from Russia every year

12. Turkey - 3.8 million Turkish women are illiterate

11. Brazil - 250,000 children estimated to be involved in prostitution

10. South Korea - 6/10 people said men have more right to work when jobs are scarce

9. Argentina - Up to 500,000 estimated clandestine abortions per year

8. Italy - 3 times more hours spent by women on housework than men

7. Japan - 28.3% gender pay gap for full-time workers

8. United States - 22.9 million women do not have health insurance

5. France - 22% of board members of largest publicly traded companies are female

4. Australia - 5 female CEOs out of top 200 companies

3. United Kingdom - 22.3% of judges are women

2. Germany - 21.6% gender pay gap for full-time workers

1. Canada - 3/4 women aged 15-49 use contraception

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