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The new media industries are popularly regarded as cool, creative and egalitarian.
Based on the recommendations of the IMAG GM, the federal government took a cabinet decision on 3 April 2002, on a work programme for the implementation of gender Mainstreaming for the years to come.
This newspaper provides a handbook for writing articles and face-to-face support with interviewing and writing articles.
This volume comprises media scientific and practical aspects of gender perspectives in the media.
This study is part of an international comparative project on women in culture and media professions in which 15 European countries participated.
The cabinet decision of 11 July 2000 was the starting point of implementing gender Mainstreaming in Austria.
This anthology gives a comprehensive introduction of the state of research and theory discourse of gender specific feminist studies in the fields of communication studies and journalism.
Investigation and presentation of the statistical development of childcare facility attendance of 0 to 3 years old and 3 to 5 years old children in Austria Format: PDF File
Position Paper on the positive effects of investments in social services using the example of childcare
The National Council of Women - Austria (NCW Austria, Bund Österreichischer Frauenvereine) was founded in 1902 by Marianne Hainisch and has a long and illustrious tradition.