The majority of Western society considers the problem of women in the staff and women's civil liberties has no concern. It has been addressed in the past; women generally are treated with the same respect as a man. That's true, at least in Western countries and developed countries. In other parts of the world still governed by the laws and oppressive patriarchal society, where women are still treated as property, incubators for babies and nannies. Their potential to turn into productive elements of society is not completely realized due to lack of education with the pressures of customs.
In a current period of TED (Technology Entertainment Design) international Talk, author of "half the sky", Sheryl WuDunn, discussed the status of women in the world. Sheryl cited Amartya Sen, Nobel Prize winner in economics Peace, in his essay in The New York Review of Books, who wrote "Over 100 million women have disappeared." In the developed globe, women leading men because women live longer, but in some parts of the world still lives in the Middle Ages, men were leading women.
Bill Gates gave a lecture in Saudi Arabia and having face to face conversation segment; a person lifted his hand and asked Bill Gates what his opinion was on target in Saudi Arabia as one of the ten most developed countries regarding technology. Gates come across at his viewers. Although there were ladies who were settled in a separate side of the room, most were men. Gates responded: "Well, if you are not fully exploiting half the talent in the nation, we will not get near the Top 10.”Obviously, the small contingent of women broke into applause.