The European Institute for Gender Equality has released its 2019 Gender Equality Index. The research was conducted across 6 core domains - work, money, knowledge, time, power and health. It found that advances in gender equality are still moving at a snail's pace but that the EU is heading in the right direction. The average index score for the EU rose from 66.2 points out of 100 in 2015 to 67.4 points out of 100 in 2019. Sweden had the highest score of any country in 2019 with 83.6 points while Greece had the lowest with 51.2 points.