The platform work economy comes with great strengths. The ability to work where you want and how you want is a significant motivator for people who have grown tired of the 9-5 rigidity and seek more diversity in their career path.
This practical toolkit to implement gender-responsive public procurement (GRPP) across the different stages of the procurement cycle is designed for contracting authorities at all levels, including EU institutions, bodies and agencies. It will also support policymakers and practitioners working towards gender equality and gender mainstreaming.
This step-by-step toolkit aims to assist managing authorities in the European Union to apply gender budgeting tools in the processes of the European Union Funds under shared management. It offers a variety of tools and highlights promising practices from different EU Member States.
The Gender Equality in Academia and Research (GEAR) tool provides universities and research organisations with practical advice and tools through all stages of institutional change, from setting up a gender equality plan to evaluating its real impact.
This is an online tool to support national parliaments of EU member states and the European Parliament in assessing and monitoring gender-sensitivity in terms of their organisation and working procedures.
Does a law, policy or programme reduce, maintain or increase the gender inequalities between women and men? This step-by-step guide helps institutions identify where policies are causing or strengthening gender inequalities and how they can be effectively re-directed. It provides both a theoretical model of gender impact assessment and real, hands-on information from several EU Member States on its practical use.
EIGE’s Director provided the opening remarks at a conference held at the Lithuanian Parliament in Vilnius on Violence against Women in Times of Crisis: Challenges and Potential Solutions under the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
The European Institute for Gender Equality has released a new report ‘Combating cyber violence against women and girls’ which underlines the urgent need to develop and adopt harmonised and mutually exclusive definitions of cyber violence against women and girls and its forms.
If you, or someone you know, is in immediate danger, call 112 and ask for the police. If you are not in immediate danger and need help or assistance, you are encouraged to contact one of the national women’s emergency helplines found here. In countries across the world, lockdowns to contain the coronavirus led to spikes in domestic violence reports.