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The article discusses different views of Hungarian journalists and women’s rights NGOs’ representatives on the most appropriate approach to discussing the issue of domestic violence and to portraying
The seminars took place in universities as well as in a professional media organisation's venue, with the participation of journalists, students and human rights activists.
The journal article analyzes the results of the author's self-conducted media content survey during a 15-month period in 2009-2010 in which she examined the occurrence of newspaper articles on fe
A group within the organisation analyses how women are mentioned in various texts from books, media, movies to songs, poems, jokes, kitchen-wallcarpets, churches etc.
This working paper of the EUROSPHERE research examines how selected Hungarian print media actors’ perception of diversity issues and the EU influence each other and how these aspects relate to the pri
The Strategy provides an analysis of current social situation arranged in six thematic areas and then foresees measures in these strategic areas: economic equality between women and men including pay
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According to a national legislative act of 2010, local authorities and micro-regional associations are obliged to prepare local equality opportunities programmes.
The report summarizes the Hungarian results of the 2010 Global Media Monitoring Project.
The first Action Plan of the National Strategy for the Promotion of Gender Equality designates the main measures to implement in the first two-year period (2010-2011).
The Hungarian Central Statistical Office collects and analyses statistical data on various topics of the Hungarian society.
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Workbook prepared on gender mainstreaming and gender equality management with regard to the management of the Transport Operational Programme.
This gender mainstreaming manual was written and published as part of the "Government level gender mainstreaming training" PROGRESS project.