Our 2019 Report is the sixth in a series leading to the year 2020, the centennial of the 19th Amendment. The report finds that women are underrepresented at the national, state, and local level, and that parity for men and women in elected office is unlikely to occur without structural changes in recruitment rules, electoral systems, and legislative norms.
|2019 - State Grades Map (Live Map Redirect)|
Launched in 2018, our international research is dedicated to finding the best practices that advance the representation of women around the world. Our research shows that electoral rules and systems - and the degree to which they are enforced - have an impact on women's representation. To learn more, check out our latest report, Why Rules and Systems Matter: Lessons from Around the World.
|2019 - Why Rules and Systems Matter: Lessons from Around the World (Update)||2019 - International Women's Representation Tracker: G20 Osaka Summit||2018 - Gender Quota Reform in Chile: Progress and Challenges|
|2019 - The Path to Gender Parity: A Case Study of Mexico||2018 - Gender Quota Reform: A situation analysis of Latin America and the European Union||2018 - Why Rules and Systems Matter: Lessons from Around the World (Inaugural Report)|
|2018 - Gender Parity Index||2017 - GPI Summary||2017 - Gender Parity Index|
|2013-2014 - Gender Parity Index: American Women in Elected Office & Prospects for Change (Inaugural Report)|