- Method/ToolHealth, Violence01 January 2010
- Policy areaTourism
... by a large number of other European policies (such as transport, competition, internal market, taxation, consumer protection, ... reduce tourism seasonality promote multimodality and transport connectivity contribute to the joint promotion of Europe as a ...05 March 2015
- PublicationAgriculture and rural development, Culture, Digital agenda, Economic and financial affairs, Education, Employment, Energy, Entrepreneurship, Environment and climate change, Health, Justice, Maritime affairs and fisheries, Migration, Poverty, Regional policy, Research, Sport, Tourism, Transport, Youth, Violence
... mainstreaming have to do with…Sport? Agriculture? Energy? Transport? Gender gaps and inequalities between women and men exist across ... lives – in classrooms, on the sports field and on public transport. This leaflet provides a basic introduction to what gender ...15 June 2016
- ResourceCulture01 January 2002
... unskilled workers. Members work in the following sectors: Transport, Building & Construction, Manufacturing industries, Agriculture, ...
- Good practiceEmployment
... flexible working hours, and services such as hospitals and transport cannot function without them. Exacerbating the problem, shop opening ...09 March 2015
... approach toward impact assessment for the example “Transport Policy”. It is carried out to explain why government action is ...01 January 2012
... for refreshment and entertainment, credit facilities and transport services. Victimisation of a person because of their involvement in ...01 January 2000
... 28,000 Danish private companies in manufacturing, retail, transport, services and construction. DA's main activities are the following: ...
... councils via the Welsh LGA, fire authorities, passenger transport authorities, national parks via corporate membership through the ...