EIGE, together with the other EU Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Agencies marks the 10-year anniversary of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights. We pledge to continue to respect and promote fundamental rights and ensure our work always complies with the Charter. This includes upholding fundamental rights in our working practices and promoting gender equality and diversity at work.13 Lapkritis 2019
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Is gender equality in the EU still moving at a snail’s pace? What can we do better? Where does your country stand? Watch live the new scores for gender equality in the EU, look at trends over time and the areas for improvement in the current political context.
The gender pay gap in the EU stands at 16 % and has barely changed in the last decade. In most EU countries, the gender pay gap is slowly reducing but in Malta, Portugal and Slovenia, the gap has increased by more than 3.0 % since 2007.
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