Answer: New Zealand.
Women in New Zealand gained the right to vote in 1893.
Answer: The Women’s Social and Political Union.
This was the motto of the Women’s Social and Political Union, also known as the suffragettes.
61% of seats in the Rwandan parliament are held by women.
Women in Switzerland only gained the right to vote in 1971.
Answer: Mary Augusta Ward.
Mary Augusta Ward was the founding President of the Women’s National Anti-Suffrage League.
Answer: Sirima Bandaranaike.
Sirima Bandaranaike became the world’s first female Prime Minister in 1960.