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Media organisations are invited to sign the Charter and commit to increase gender equality in their management.
At www.VIDM.nl professional women fill in a profile. In the profile they explain to journalists on which professional subject they are available for interviews.
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The Gender Studies Tuning Brochure contains the reference points for the design and delivery of degree programmes in Gender Studies.
This is one of the specialized reports accompanying the final report of the Review Committee Emancipation.
Final report of Review Committee on the evaluation of gender mainstreaming and emancipation policies of the Dutch government.
Data collection on male /female membership figures working in the media
The report is a literature review of Dutch and European gender equality policies.
Accounts of new media working conditions draw heavily on two polarized stereotypes, veering from techno-utopianism on the one hand, to a vision of web-workers as the new ‘precariat’, victims of neo-li
This is one of the specialized reports accompanying the final report of the Review Committee Emancipation. It presents an conceptual model on women's policy machineries.
Study into the way Moroccan girls have been depicted in Dutch media (subservient, vulnerable, etc.) and the impact of that on behavior
This article applies a political process approach to the analysis of pioneering Dutch efforts to develop and use gender impact assessment (GIA).