Since Chile’s government pledged to put feminism into practice, there have been some positive developments. For example, women have been granted greater access to jobs and increased representation in government.
The government has also introduced a number of policies designed to reduce gender inequality and promote gender equality. These include the establishment of a gender equality institute, the passage of a law that allows women to access abortions in certain circumstances, and the introduction of a new gender-based violence law. Despite these developments, however, there are still areas in which the government has yet to deliver on its pledge. For example, women still face significant discrimination in the workplace, and the gender pay gap remains significant.