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Women in Government: NATO and Middle Eastern Countries

From data collected in 1996, by the UN Women Watch, the map below reveals how many women held ministerial positions in Government in Middle Eastern and NATO countries. For the interactive version of the map, please click here and then click ‘Visualise – Intensity Map.’

1996 data: Women in Ministerial Governmental Roles

From data collected in 1996, by the UN Women Watch, the map below reveals how many women held subministerial positions in Government in Middle Eastern and NATO countries. For the interactive version of this map, please click here and the click ‘Visualise – Intensity Map.’

1996 Data: Women in Subministerial Governmental Roles

From data collected in December 2011 by the Inter-parliamentary Union, the map below reveals how many women held ministerial roles in government at the end of the first year of the ‘Arab Spring’ in both Middle Eastern and NATO countries. For the interactive version of this map please click here and then click ‘Visualise – Intensity Map.’

2011 data: Women in Ministerial Governmental Roles

From data collected in December 2011 by the Inter-parliamentary Union, the map below reveals how many women held subministerial roles in government at the end of the first year of the ‘Arab Spring’ in both Middle Eastern and NATO countries. For the interactive version of this map please click here and then click ‘Visualise – Intensity Map.’

2011 data: Women in Subministerial Governmental Roles

Please note that all data is shown as a percentage (%) of women in governmental positions.

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