Between women and men in the EU, there’s a greater balance of childcare. But there isn’t when it comes to the type of task according to EIGE’s latest evidence. The distribution of unpaid childcare between women and men is moving in the right direction. EIGE’s evidence from a 2022 survey on gender gaps in unpaid care, individual and social activities...
EIGE will release the Gender Equality Index 2023 on 24 October 2023. The Index will unveil this year’s gender equality scores in areas of life such as knowledge, money, health, work, power, and time. We will also discuss the green transition from a gender equality perspective.
Next week a Summit of NATO will take place in Vilnius. Amidst heightened regional tensions after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, we are taking a look at the state of play of gender equality in the security sector. It’s a gloomy picture, but there are some bright spots.
EIGE’s Management Board met for its 40th meeting on 15-16 June 2023 in Vilnius. The Board discussed the follow-up to EIGE’s 2nd External Evaluation, the first draft of its 2025-2027 Single Programming Document and other ongoing business.
Unpaid care is often taken for granted. But EIGE’s new time use survey focused on care, leisure and volunteering activities reveals unpaid care is in a pressure cooker situation right now which demands introspection and long-term solutions.
The platform work economy comes with great strengths. The ability to work where you want and how you want is a significant motivator for people who have grown tired of the 9-5 rigidity and seek more diversity in their career path.
Today is International Women’s Day. An occasion to celebrate the wins for gender equality so far. To reflect on the struggles. And a day to look ahead, take a glance at the future and imagine what could be.