Procurement - Closed procedures
- EIGE’s RDC: Electronic data management system – extension of hub for existing digital resources with additional partners
The subject of the Contract is to expand the hub of gender equality resources, hosted by EIGE in its Resource & Documentation Centre (RDC). Questions and answers Questions & Answers 1 - 28 Feb 2013 Questions & Answers 2- 22 Mar 2013 Important
The goal of this call to tender is conclude a framework contract with a professional service provider in the organisation of office cleaning. Questions and Answers Questions and Answers Nr1 (.pdf, 167 KB) - 15 November 2012 Questions and Answers Nr2 (.pdf, 228 KB) - 21 November 2012 Questions and Answers Nr3 (.pdf, 140 KB) - 22 November 2012
- Review of the Institutional Capacity and Effective Methods, Tools and Good Practices for Mainstreaming Gender Equality in a few Selected Policy Areas within the European Commission, the Member States and Croatia
The overall purpose of the study is to gather information and evidence for strengthening the mainstreaming of gender equality into a few selected European Union policies and subsequent national policies.
The subject of the Contract is ensuring animation of EuroGender – the European network on gender equality, more specifically to ensure professional facilitation of a series of 8 online discussions within EuroGender on topics related to EIGE’s focal areas and activities. Questions and Answers Questions and Answers Nr1 (.pdf, 18,8 KB) - 07 September 2012
The subject of the Contract is to produce a comprehensive report on the current implementation stage in the EU Member States and Croatia of the objectives formulated in Area H of the Beijing Platform for Action: Institutional Mechanisms for Advancement of Women.
- Collection of methods, tools and good practices in the field of Women and the Media (as described by area J of Beijing Platform for Action)
The study to be carried out under this contract will focus on the collection and dissemination of methods, tools and good practices in the field of Women and the Media (as described by area J of Beijing Platform for Action), in EU Member States and Croatia. In particular, the study will take into account the existing tools and methods designed and implemented with the purpose of: