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The information on this page was last updated in December 2022. The information was collected in the process of EIGE’s 2021 data collection on institutional mechanisms for the promotion of gender equality and gender mainstreaming.
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The compendium is a tool box for gender training providers. It describes methods, as well as evaluations of the trainings conducted by the trainers and their trainees.
The aims of the paper is to analyze the decision making in firms focusing on gender differences.
On average, women are less engaged in gainful work than their male counterparts and the duration of their active participation in the labour market is shorter.
Created in 2004, at the initiative of UEL (Union of firms of Luxembourg) and the Ministry of equal opportunities, the FFCEL (Federation of women heads of enterprise from Luxembourg) is a non-profit as