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Gender Inequality is a welfare simulation value in Democracy 3 Africa.


A measure of the inequality between female and male citizens. Socially constructed gender roles result in the unequal treatment and perception of individuals based on their gender. Dimensions of gender inequality are measured in female reproductive health, empowerment, and labor market participation. Women's status in your society is measured by their ability to safely have children, attain higher education qualifications, be represented in government, and find parity as part of your nation's work force.


Voter groups[]

  • Conservative percentage, 0% to 100%, 8 inertia
  • Religious percentage, 0% to 100%, 8 inertia (scales with Liberalism)

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Simulation values[]

  • Education, 0% to -15%, 8 inertia
  • GDP, 0% to -25%, 8 inertia
  • Health, 0% to -10%
  • Population Growth, -10% to 10%


  • Female Leader Elected, 100% to 0% chance
  • Local Author Writes Global Hit!, 0% to -50% chance
  • Protest March Against Gender Inequality, 0% to 100% chance
  • Sexual Assault On Public Transport!, 0% to 50% chance