From museums to media, the European arts and culture sector is governed by cultural policy. A gender-equal cultural policy addresses the needs of women and men as both creators and consumers of culture. It works to break gender stereotypes and prevent discrimination, which prevent women’s advancement in the cultural sphere.
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EIGE’s EU-wide online Gender Equality Glossary and Thesaurus will soon house essential gender-relate...
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This publication summarises the findings of the in-depth study of gender-equality training performed...