In 2015-2016, the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) conducted a restricted survey in the 28 EU Member States (EU-28) on the benefits of gender-sensitive infrastructure

The survey aimed to collect direct information on the importance of existing infrastructure services for everyday activities, and the level of well-being that public infrastructure provides.

This study aims to close the research gap and offer a tool for scholars and policymakers to better understand people’s needs and plan a more efficient and balanced allocation of public resources.

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Factsheet: Gender equality and care infrastructures

Factsheet: Gender equality and health service infrastructures

Factsheet: Gender equality and urban mobility

EIGE's Gender Mainstreaming Platform