Have a quick post up at Foreign Exchange on a Reuters story from this evening, suggesting Hillary Clinton is looking to leave the State Department for the World Bank.
All of a sudden, we might be on the verge of having four women in the four most powerful development policy roles.
I celebrate this. But I am not satisfied. Because despite the increased visibility of women in development policy, the central role of gender equality in economic development is under-appreciated or misunderstood.
More on why women in power doesn’t necessarily mean empowerment for all women here.