Information about discriminatory social institutions for over 100 countries and economies

The SIGI is based on qualitative and quantitative data on discriminatory social institutions for over 100 countries and economies. A detailed profile for each country and economy compiles information on laws, social norms and practices related to the SIGI sub-indices. The coding of scores for SIGI variables is based on a consistent coding framework that is applied to all countries and economies. To learn more about the variables and data sources, refer to the data section.

The information in the country profiles was collected over a two year period ending November 2011. The information in the country profiles is up to date to November 2011, based on information that was publicly available until this time.

Note: This website and any map included herein is without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory, to the delimitation of international frontiers and boundaries and to the name of any territory, city or area.

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