Gender Equality Policies and Practices in Croatia – The Interplay of Transition and Late Europeaniza
This article contributes to understanding change in gender regimes in post-communist countries. Using Croatia as a case, it juxtaposes the observed change in key indicators of the position of women in various walks of life with the context of the European gender agenda and the positions of actors involved in the national political arena and policies introduced throughout the transition period.
National Strategy Report on Social Protection and Social Inclusion 2008-10
The National Strategy for Social Inclusion 2008-2010 (NSSI) defines Cyprus’ national strategy on at combatting poverty and social exclusion. The priorities of the NSSI are: 1. Reducing the risk of poverty and social exclusion; 2. Promoting active integration of vulnerable groups of the population into the labour market; 3. Preventing the social exclusion of children and 4.
Memorandum valitsuskabineti nõupidamisele. Soolise palgalõhe vähendamise tegevuskava
Action plan to reduce the gender pay gap
In Estonia, an action plan to reduce the gender pay gap was approved in 2012. There are five main streams of actions: 1) improving the implementation of the existing Gender Equality Act (e.g.
Gender Pay Gap in Estonia: Empirical Analysis
Sooline palgalõhe Eestis. Empiiriline analüüs.
An empirical study of gender pay gap and it's factors in Estonia.The results demonstrate that amongst the measurable variables i impacting the pay gap there is no one dominating factor that could be considered the main reason for the large gender pay gap in Estonia. The pay gap, rather, is formed due to the joint impact of many factors.
Työelämän muutosten vaikutukset naisten ja miesten työmarkkina-asemaan
The effect of changes in working life to the labour market status of men and women
This survey is based on the governmental progrem for equal pay. It identifies research gaps in equal pay and gives a state-of-the-art report on the labour market situations of men and women.
Perhevapaavalinnat ja perhevapaiden kustannukset sukupuolten välisen tasa-arvon jarruina työelämässä
Choises in taking family leaves and costs of family leaves as hinders of gender equality in working
This report summarizes studies of gender equality, working life and reconciliation of work and family
Il congedo obbligatorio di paternità, i voucher baby - sitting e la fruizione ad ore del congedo par
Manadatory paternity leave, childcare voucher and time parental leave
Law n. 92/2012 has introduced, with regard to support for women’s employment, an experimental measure, vouchers babysitting, for the years 2013-2015, and provides for the introduction of mandatory paternity leave.
The gender pay gap. Origins and policy responses. A comparative review of 30 European countries
The report, carried out by a group of independent economic experts, highlights once again this well known and yet disturbing reality. The pay gap between women and men persists and there is little evidence of improvement.The authors of this report emphasise the need for multi-dimensional policies to address the underlying causes of the gender pay gap.
Alt fel de ocupare: cererea de economie socială în Regiunile de dezvoltare Bucureşti-Ilfov şi Sud-Es
Other kind of employment: demand for social economy in development regions Buucharest-Ilfov and Sout
The purpose of the book was to asses' social economy from the perspective of employment potential for vulnerable groups. From the methodological point if view, the book is based on three surveys (one national and two focused on the development regions Bucharest-Ilfov and South-East) and a qualitative research. The first part analyse employment and social inclusion.
Politici de incluziune socială în perioada de criză economică
Social inclusion policies in the economic crisis
The book approaches social inclusion at European and national level. At EU level, main regulations and their impact on member states is overviewed. Social inclusion at national level is analysed from the intuitional and legal points of views.
The Equality Strategy - Building a Fairer Britain
This policy document sets out the Government's Equality Strategy. The legislative foundation is the Equality Act 2010, which applies broadly to Great Britain. (Northern Ireland has its own equality legislation).
Red Tape, Red Line: five reasons why government should not 'drop its duty' to tackle women
In response to the government's review of the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED), launched in 2013, this reports sets out five reasons why government should not “drop their duty” to tackle women’s inequality and five things they could do to ensure the Equality Duty is more effective in achieving its aims.