The scope of this contract is to collect gender equality grey literature from English, French and German speaking EU Member States with a particular focus on policy documents, covering a time span from 1995 to 2013.The closing date is extended to 31 May 2013Questions and answers Questions & Answers 1 - 03 May 2013Questions & Answers 2 - 15 May 2013Questions & Answers 3 - 15 May 2013Relevant Documents:Contract Notice(.pdf)Contract notice in TEDInvitation to tender(.pdf)Tender Specifications(.pdf)Standard Submission Forms(.doc)Draft Service Contract(.pdf)CV Template (.doc)EIGE public holidays 2013(.pdf)Contract award notice (.pdf)
The study to be carried out under this contract shall focus on part-time employment, full time equivalent employment rate, different types of contracts, self-employment and female entrepreneurship in the EU Member States and Croatia. Following the objective F1 of the critical area F of the BPfA, the aforementioned areas will be addressed from the perspective of women’s economic independence. The study will consist of three parts:Part A of the study will provide a background overview of the area Women and the Economy , will collect and analyze data and will develop indicators to measure the aspects mentioned above;Part B of the study will identify good practices in the field of Women and the Economy, with specific focus to female entrepreneurship;Part C of the study will reflect and collect evidence on the benefits of gender equality in entrepreneurship.
This publication presents good practices on combating female genital mutilation identified during the implementation of the ‘Study to map the current situation and trends of female genital mutilation in 27 EU Member States and Croatia. The consortium composed of the Ghent University — ICRH and E.A.D.C. (Yellow Window Management Consultants) was commissioned to carry out the study in 2012.Access the web page with the collection of good practices in combating female genital mutilation.Read more:Female genital mutilationGender-based violenceFemale genital mutilation in the European Union and Croatia - Report
This report aims to support policy makers and all relevant institutions by providing them with reliable and comparable data for evidence-based actions and policy improvement in the area of FGM. It also provides recommendations on how to protect girls, women and the European society from this destructive and devastating expression of power, and on how to give sufficient support to the girls and women who have fallen victim to this crime.
Review of the Implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action in the EU Member States This publication aims to support policymakers and relevant institutions in their efforts to combat and prevent domestic violence by providing them with reliable and comparable data and information for effective, evidence-based decisions and policy improvement. Facts and figures: Area D. Violence against Women
The subject of the Contract is to expand the hub of gender equality resources, hosted by EIGE in its Resource & Documentation Centre (RDC).Questions and answersQuestions & Answers 1 - 28 Feb 2013Questions & Answers 2- 22 Mar 2013ImportantAt the request of the tenderer, EIGE may provide additional information solely for the purpose of clarifying the nature of the contract.
1. Introduction The European Institute for Gender Equality  (EIGE) announces a traineeship opportunity lasting up to six months for a graduate who is either a national of an EU member state or an EFTA country. The traineeship shall be based at the Institute's offices in Vilnius, Lithuania. The registration of applications will begin on 15 February 2013 and will close on 14 March 2013 at 23:00 Eastern European Time (EET).EIGE is a regulatory agency of the European Union (EU) entrusted with specific objectives related to the contribution and strengthening of gender equality promotion.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) invites applications with a view to establishing a Reserve List for a Seconded National Expert (SNE) – Communications. The registration of applications will begin on 31 January 2013 and will close on 1 March 2013 at 23:00 Eastern European Time. 1. The Institute Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, EIGE is a regulatory agency of the European Union (EU) entrusted with specific objectives related to the contribution and strengthening of gender equality promotion.To achieve its goals, the Institute shall collect and analyse objective, comparable and reliable information at EU level and develop appropriate methodological tools for the integration of gender equality into all EU policies.