In Iceland, women make up nearly an equal amount of the labor force as men and they've actually ranked first on the Global Gender Gap index since 2009. Iceland's former prime minister was openly lesbian, and women have close to an equal representation in parliament as well.
In a country that scores highly for female political empowerment and educational attainment, what is life really like for women in Iceland? Watch today's Seeker Daily video to find out.
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NPR: Women Win 30 Seats In Iceland's Parliament - More Than Any Party
BBC: The day Iceland's women went on strike
The Economist: The best-and worst-places to be a working woman