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  • Effectiveness of Institutional Mechanisms for the Advancement of Gender Equality: Main findings

    Review of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action in the EU Member States This publication compares and presents the progress of Member States in the area of institutional mechanisms and gender mainstreaming since 2006, when the first report on institutional mechanisms was developed by the Finnish Presidency of the Council of the EU. The main findings show that by 2012, all Member States had established governmental bodies for gender equality and bodies for the promotion of equal treatment on various grounds.

  • Quality assurance mechanisms for gender training in the European Union

    Reflections from the online discussionThis document reflects the process and the views expressed by a wide range of participants in an online discussion on quality assurance mechanisms for gender training in the European Union, held on 18 and 19 September 2013.Read more:Gender training

  • Fact sheet: Gender equality and Institutional Mechanisms

    EU Indicators for the Beijing Platform for Action area H. Institutional Mechanisms for the Advancement of Women

  • Fact sheet: Gender equality and Institutional Mechanisms

    EU Indicators for the Beijing Platform for Action area H. Institutional Mechanisms for the Advancement of Women

  • Effectiveness of Institutional Mechanisms for the Advancement of Gender Equality: Report

    Review of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action in the EU Member States This publication compares and presents the progress of Member States in the area of institutional mechanisms and gender mainstreaming since 2006 when the first report on institutional mechanisms was developed by the Finish Presidency of the Council of the EU. The main findings show that by 2012 all Member States had established governmental bodies for gender equality and bodies for the promotion of equal treatment on various grounds.

  • A policy response to gender perceptions

    Discussion paperInternational agreements have underpinned a focus on gender stereotyping as a policy priority for over thirty years. A policy focus on gender stereotypes on the European level can be observed in the work of a number of EU institutions, including the European Commission, European Parliament and the European Council. Lately though, the policy focus on gender stereotypes has not been that explicit.This Discussion paper seeks to bring back to the attention of the policy makers across the European Union the importance of gender stereotypes as a policy issue.

  • Investing in gender competence

    Updated on 12 March 2014Access EIGE's work on gender training

  • Mapping gender training in the European Union and Croatia: Synthesis report

    This report was prepared for theEIGE by ICF GHK as part of the contract ‘Gender Training in the European Union: Mapping, Research and Stakeholders’ Engagement’. It maps the policies and practices of gender training in the European Union. The work on this publication was coordinated by EIGE’s Gender Mainstreaming Team.Related publication:Mapping of gender training policies and practices in the European Union:

  • Advancing gender training to support effective gender mainstreaming - Reflections from the conference

    Reflections of the conference "Advancing gender training to support effective gender mainstreaming" Related areas: Gender Mainstreaming, Gender Training

  • Mapping of gender training policies and practices in the European Union: Summary of findings

    This publication summarises the interim findings of the two-year study on ‘Gender training in the European Union: Mapping, research and stakeholders’ engagement (2012-2013)‘. It maps the policies and practices of gender training in the European Union. Country fact sheets Belgium Greece Lithuania Portugal Bulgaria Spain Luxembourg Romania Czech Republic France Hungary Slovenia Denmark Croatia Malta Slovakia Germany Italy Netherlands Finland Estonia Cyprus Austria Sweden Ireland Latvia Poland United Kingdom