In April, the Financial Times ran an opinion piece by an unlikely pair: US first daughter Ivanka Trump and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim. The piece calls for greater access to capital, employment, and training for women, and for redistribution of care work so that women can take advantage of these opportunities. The common ground between Kim and Trump—the former known for a storied career in global health, the latter coming from the worlds of business and fashion—reflects the growing...
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