Via The Guardian, a six-minute video: Chile's women in power: Michelle Bachelet and Camila Vallejo. Click through to watch it. The text:
At the turn of the century, the third millennium development goal identified a lack of women in leadership roles. But change has been slow and, 15 years on, only one in five MPs is female.
One country bucking the global trend, however, is Chile, where Michelle Bachelet became the first female president in 2006 and is now serving a second term.
Together with Camila Vallejo, a member of congress in her coalition, Bachelet talks about efforts to improve women's rights in Chile, and the added scrutiny and pressure that comes with being a woman on the political stage