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This manual provides detailed guidance regarding the implementation of gender mainstreaming in the seven phases of the ESF programme cycle, and includes introductory information and guiding questions ...
This guide presents the gender mainstreaming strategy of Baden-Wuerttemberg adopted by the government in 2002....
This act includes the Federal Equality Act (article 1), as well as changes to the Federal Civil Service Act as to account for the provisions laid out in the Federal Equality Act (article 2).
This document contains the gender mainstreaming strategy of the government of Bremen....
This check list targeting officials in the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety provides a comprehensive and practical step-by-step guide to gender impact asses...
The Federal Equality Act obliges all public administration staff (including court staff), and especially those in leadership positions, to promote gender equality in all areas of their work (para 2)....
Since 1994, the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany, the Constitution of Germany, stipulates the principle of equal rights for women and men, and obliges the German State to promote gender e...
Paragraph 2 of the Common Rules of Procedure of the Federal Ministries stipulates that gender equality is a guiding principle that has to be promoted through all measures of all federal ministries.
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