Where Are the Female Leaders at the UN?

António Guterres, left, the UN secretary-general, with his two top executives: Amina Mohammed, his deputy; and Maria Luiza Ribeiro Viotti, chief of staff. Despite Guterres’s gender parity goals, biases against women are entrenched in the UN system, the author says. Photo credit: MANUEL ELIAS/UN PHOTO

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