- Policy areaDigital agenda
... Agenda for Europe was established with a view to stimulating economic growth while at the same time addressing social challenges through ... an important role in supporting and empowering victims of violence (e.g. web campaigns, information and support websites and apps) and in ...05 March 2015
- Policy areaTransport
... has taken several policy measures to fight gender-based violence, and, in particular, sexual harassment on public transport means. On 9 ... burden (namely time and monetary costs) to fulfil their economic, social and domestic roles. The costs of unreliable and inflexible ...05 March 2015
- Method/ToolHealth, Violence
... for vulnerable groups (e.g. single mothers, family violence victims, elderly women); SOS help line for women and children victims ... violence, gender equality, prevention of human trafficking, economic empowerment of women…) More information: ...01 January 1998
- Good practice
... activities related to marking 16 days of activism to combat violence against women. In each case, there is a financial aspect to project ... for women and men to contribute to cultural, political, economic and social progress, as well as identical opportunities to benefit ...02 December 2020
- Policy areaEducation
... be attained through the refined monitoring of gender-based violence at school and improved education about sexuality in order to promote ... individuals to recognise and handle difficult situations. Economic independence makes it easier to leave a difficult situation, such as a ...05 March 2015
- ResourceEducation, Employment
... planning; service provision; local government financing; violence against women and; local economic development. Each of these issues is introduced by a brief gender ...01 January 2008
... to vulnerable groups affected in various ways by the economic crisis. This priority focused on three main areas of gender equality: a) to provide frontline services to Women Victims of Violence, b) to integrate a gender perspective (gender mainstreaming) in public ...01 January 2010
... participation and representation in political, social and economic life; 4.Combating all forms of violence against women, including trafficking; 5.Promotion of equal access to ...
... Ensuring equal opportunities for w omen and men in access to economic activity; Equalisation of social status of w omen and men caring for ... function and physiological differences; Suppression of violence against w omen; Monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of the ...
... the main working areas entail caring and time issues, economic independence, education, health, migration, empowerment and support to victims of domestic violence. As far as work-life balance is concerned, some innovative initiatives ...
- Women and men inspiring Europe resource-pool
... authors of the Bulgarian Law on Protection against Domestic Violence 2000 - 2005. The law is in force since 2005 and Genoveva is among the ... in 1998 with research on privatisation, women’ s socio-economic rights (then known as ‘political rights of women’), violence ...30 January 2015
... and to shape the conditions for decision-making. • Economic equality. Women and men must have the same opportunities and ... to give and receive care on equal terms. • Men's violence against women must stop. Women and men, girls and boys, must have the ...01 January 2011