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The aim of the strategy of Children and Families is to improve the well-being and quality of living of children and families, thereby promoting the birth of children....
An overview of the collective agreements in Estonia. The publications provides an overview of the number, characteristics and content of the colelctive agreemnts. Format: pdf-file
Ministry of Social Affairs has commissioned a study to assess how well the ESF’s priority axis "Good-quality and long working life" programme of “Promoting gender equality” for the period of...
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...
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....
The manifesto presents a vision for 2020....
The aim of the dissertation was to examine the movement of Estonian society towards the dual earner/dual carer model, more precisely, the dual carer aspect of the model and the fathers’ use of parenta...
Country profile of Estonia - Gender Equality Index 2015
- Country profile: Gender Mainstreaming
Gender issues began to receive attention in Estonia in the late 1990s, following the ratification of international conventions and preparation for accession to the European Union (EU)....
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A private initiative changes national policy...
Short article reporting a case study on the gender segregation situation in the Estonia media at the present time.
The article analyses the linguistic categories used for men and women in the Estonian media, in order to demonstrate the influence of the cultural normalizing processes pertaining to the dominant disc...