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... 2002, passed the 40 % threshold for each gender’s representation in its constitutive session in July 2019, with women making up ...
... higher than the EU average of 51.9. This reflects the high representation of women in political and economic bodies. However there is ...29 Sausis 2020
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- Women and men inspiring Europe resource-pool
... there is an abundance of qualified and skilled women, female representation in management teams and on boards of directors is still low. “ ... shows greater profitability for companies with female representation, and to me it’s so simple: business benefits from diversity! ...15 Liepa 2013
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... available value span. A Column Chart is a graphic representation of data that presents grouped data with bars with lengths ... that are in the y-axis. A Line Chart is a graphic representation of data that is plotted using a series of lines. The Line Charts ...03 Gruodis 2015
- Policy areaEmployment
... men. Sectoral and occupational segregation, women’s over-representation in unpaid and part-time work and gender-based discrimination ... and Member States to reach the targets of 30% female representation in management bodies by 2015 and 40% by 2020 are found to be ...05 Kovas 2015
- Policy areaJustice
... and human rights, but also an economic one. Women’s representation in decision-making is a matter of justice (political rights). ... of gender-based violence to the EU. Women’s equal representation in decision-making processes Women’s equal representation ...05 Kovas 2015
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... in the EU (Figure 36 and Figure 37). This level of under-representation of women among ICT students is hardly surprising, given the ... of digital technologies, little is known about the representation of women among R & D personnel and researchers in ...
- Toolkit pageEducation, Employment, Research
... Legal framework Law 2839/2000 requires one-third gender representation in all decision-making public body committees, including those ... and research institutions. More specifically, one-third representation of the minority sex is needed for all decision-making public ...
- Policy areaCulture
... career paths. Persistent inequalities in the form of under-representation, glass-ceiling barriers to advancement and low pay (compared to ... roles requiring different skills and competences (e.g. low representation in technical areas). The study Creative industries: ...05 Kovas 2015
- Policy areaTourism
... gender segregation in the labour market women’s low representation in decision-making within tourism businesses gender ... than their female counterparts”. Women’s low representation in decision-making within tourism businesses The ...05 Kovas 2015
- Good practiceEducation, Employment
... of knowledge and the exchange of experiences. The 4Rs: representation, resources, realia and realisation An interesting aspect of ... This is a development of the 3R method and stands for representation, resources, realia and realisation . It involves carrying ...09 Kovas 2015