Pioneered by the OECD in 2009, this index has been updated for 2019
It covers 180 nations providing profiles and cross-country rankings classifying countries according to their level of discrimination in social institutions. Key themes are:
- family (child marriage/ divorce/ inheritance)
- physical integrity (violence/ reproductive rights/ Female genital mutilation)
- financial resources (access to land/ financial services/ workplace rights)
- civil liberties (citizenship rights/ freedom of movement/ suffrage & politics/ access to justice)
Details on methodology and past scores are provided. The index has both quantitative and qualitative measures.