The subject of the Contract is: Identification of gaps in data collection on topics as requestedCollection and mapping of information and data on specified areas, including legislation, policies, actors, practices, trends, problemsCollection of data, information, and in-depth views from competent authorities (governmental officials, institutions, services, etc.), civil society actors (activists, support providers, community and religious leaders), and individuals, through detailed interviewsCollection of theoretical discussions, literature, policy and legislative developmentsMapping of qualitative informationUpdating of databasesExpert reviewing Communication:
The study to be carried out under this contract will focus on the collection and dissemination of good practices in the area of reconciliation, in EU Member States.In particular, the study will take into account the existing effective experiences implemented with the purpose of: increase knowledge, awareness and understanding on how reconciliation can be strategic for social and economic growth as well as for the advancement of gender equality;increase men’s participation in care and family activitiesincrease female participation in labour market;enhance and develop self-regulation practices, aiming to support women’s participation in labour market and men’s participation in care and family activities;
The subject of the Contract is the production of a database that provides access to gender statistics data and metadata as a centralised source of information for users to obtain statistics data and metadata according to different search criteria within the perspective of EU policy areas on gender equality and identified key words.Questions and answersQuestions & Answers 1- 10 Sep 2013Questions & Answers 2- 13 Sep 2013Questions & Answers 3- 17 Sep 2013ImportantAt the request of the tenderer, EIGE may provide additional information solely for the purpose of clarifying the nature of the contract.
The subject of the Contract is the study on the 4th review of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action in the EU. The study will serve as a basis for EIGE’s report to the Italian Presidency of the Council of the EU in the second semester of 2014. The study shall focus on reviewing the implementation of the BPfA in the European Union.
The subject of this contract is the animation of 9 online discussions within EuroGender.Questions and AnswersQuestions and Answers 1 - 07 Aug 2013ImportantAt the request of the tenderer, EIGE may provide additional information solely for the purpose of clarifying the nature of the contract. Any additional information including that referred to above will be published on this website.Requests for additional information/clarification should be received by 26/08/2013.The answers to such requests, if any, will be published under this banner, therefore you are invited to visit EIGE's website regularly for updates.Requests for additional information will not be processed if received later than the above-mentioned date.Relevant Documents:Contract Notice (.pdf) Contract notice in TEDInvitation to tender (.pdf)Tender Specifications (.pdf)Corrigendum to Tender Specifications - Change of opening date (.pdf)Standard Submission Forms (.doc)Draft Contract (.pdf)EIGE public holidays 2013 (.pdf)EIGE public holidays 2014 (.pdf)