Caroline Criado Perez​​

Caroline Criado Perez is a British writer, broadcaster, and feminist activist. She is known for her work on issues related to women's rights and gender equality. She has been involved in various campaigns and has written extensively on the subject of gender bias in society. Her notable work includes the book 'Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men', which highlights the gender data gap and its impact on women's lives.


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  1. 1. Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias In A World Designed For Men

    This book sheds light on the pervasive gender data gap that exists in our society, revealing how the world we live in is largely designed for men. Through extensive research and compelling examples, the author exposes the ways in which women are systematically excluded and overlooked in various aspects of life, from healthcare and transportation to the workplace and public policy. By highlighting the consequences of this data bias, the book calls for a more inclusive and equitable approach to designing and collecting data, ultimately advocating for a world that recognizes and addresses the needs and experiences of all genders.

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