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  • Administrative Assistant

    The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE)[1] is organising a call for applications with a view to establishing a reserve list for the post of Administrative Assistant. The registration of applications will begin on 22 November 2021 and will close on 10 December 2021 at 13:00 Eastern European Time. The Institute Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, EIGE is a decentralised agency...

  • Measuring femicide in Latvia

    Data collection systems vary widely across EU Member States, as they draw on various sources. To improve the collection of administrative data on femicide, EIGE has been working to establish indicators that can harmonise data collection processes across Member States’ jurisdictions. EIGE has collected information from a wide variety of stakeholders through a questionnaire sent to official data providers and...

  • Measuring femicide in Czechia

    Data collection systems vary widely across EU Member States, as they draw on various sources. To improve the collection of administrative data on femicide, EIGE has been working to establish indicators that can harmonise data collection processes across Member States’ jurisdictions. EIGE has collected information from a wide variety of stakeholders through a questionnaire sent to official data providers and...

  • Measuring femicide in Denmark

    Data collection systems vary widely across EU Member States, as they draw on various sources. To improve the collection of administrative data on femicide, EIGE has been working to establish indicators that can harmonise data collection processes across Member States’ jurisdictions. EIGE has collected information from a wide variety of stakeholders through a questionnaire sent to official data providers and...

  • Measuring femicide in the United Kingdom

    Data collection systems vary widely across EU Member States, as they draw on various sources. To improve the collection of administrative data on femicide, EIGE has been working to establish indicators that can harmonise data collection processes across Member States’ jurisdictions. EIGE has collected information from a wide variety of stakeholders through a questionnaire sent to official data providers and...

  • Gender Equality Index 2021: Health

    Since 2013, the Gender Equality Index has been recognised by EU institutions and Member States as a key benchmark for gender equality in the EU. The 6th edition of the Index covers a range of indicators in the domains of society and life most afected by the COVID-19 crisis. Although Index scores are mostly based on 2019 data, and therefore...

  • The costs of gender-based violence in the European Union

    Gender-based violence is a widespread phenomenon in the European Union, affecting women disproportionally – in 2012, one in three women aged 15 or over experienced physical and/or sexual violence. Although a price cannot be put on women’s lives and suffering, estimating the lost economic output and public spending on health, legal, social and specialised services with regard to gender-based violence...

  • Ex-ante publicity notice for procurement procedure (€15 000.01- € 60 000.00) Support with development of policy on information management and classification

    Description of the contract The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a low-value contract for providing support services in developing policy on information management and classification. Description of the requested services Here is the list of expected tasks and processes: Review all information (electronic and on paper) Assess the current system Determine how information is received, processed, reviewed...