Caroline Criado Perez, activist and writer

The campaigner and author of ‘Invisible Women’ tells Agnes Frimston how the male bias in data collection is putting female lives at risk and needs to be countered

The World Today Published 26 May 2019 Updated 10 March 2021 4 minute READ

Agnes Frimston

Deputy Editor, The World Today

What was the spur for writing the book?

It was almost inevitable that I ended up writing this book, given that the gender data gap is a real thing. And because of the way that I came into feminism, which was discovering that I had a gender data gap in my own head.

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