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  • Transport in the EU: Too few women in decision-making

    Despite efforts to improve gender equality, EU labour markets are still characterised by persistent horizontal segregation, whereby workers in particular sectors are predominantly women or men. According to 2020 data, only four in ten workers in the EU are employed in a gender-balanced sector, where the workforce comprises at least 40 % of each gender. Transport is a prime example...

  • Grey literature on transport

    Transport facilitates access to the labour market, healthcare and education. It is essential to improve the welfare of individuals and households. Transport is not gender neutral and must be examined using a gender lens.