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Gender Equality Act aims to guarantee equal treatment for men and women and to foster gender equality mainstreaming in all spheres of social life.
The report gives a brief overview of research on gender and media in Estonia, presents theoretical background and methodological points of departure for media analysis from the viewpoint of gender.
The article gives account on the position of women and men in television and indirectly also in the society. Key information on trends and challenges on women and the media:
The article deals with equality, which is the integral part of the labour policy and everything related to it.
The article focuses on the portrayal of and studies whether the change of the position of women in society brings forth the changes in their portrayal in media
The article analyses the linguistic categories used for men and women in the Estonian media, in order to demonstrate the influence of the cultural normalizing processes pertaining to the dominant disc
The website stores information on professional women in the media and facilitates women in getting in touch and cooperating with other women in the sector.
An empirical study of gender pay gap and it's factors in Estonia.The results demonstrate that amongst the measurable variables i impacting the pay gap there is no one dominating factor that could
Ministry of Social Affairs, department of Social Security Department is responsible for parental leave and parental benefit schemes; gender equality policies and also labour market policies which are
In Estonia, an action plan to reduce the gender pay gap was approved in 2012. There are five main streams of actions: 1) improving the implementation of the existing Gender Equality Act (e.g.