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.
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:
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
Mainstreaming Gender into the Policies and the Programmes of the Institutions of European Union and EU Member StatesThis publication intends to present the EIGE’s approach to collecting, processing and disseminating good practices in gender mainstreaming.This publication is the result of contributions made by the EIGE’s Thematic Network on Gender Mainstreaming, Expert’s Forum members, EIGE staff and the findings of the EIGE’s second ex ante evaluation and the ‘Study on the use of “good practice” as a tool for mainstreaming gender into the policies and programmes of the institutions of the European Union and EU Member States’, commissioned to Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (FGB).The EIGE’s work on collection and dissemination of good practices aims to strengthen the implementation of gender-mainstreaming strategies that support gender-equality policies and increase awareness about the potential of past experiences at reducing gender inequality.Neither the EIGE nor any person acting on its behalf may be held responsible for the use of the information contained in this publication.Work for this publication was coordinated by Barbara Limanowska, Senior Gender Mainstreaming Expert, with the contribution of the EIGE’s team:
This leaflet presents an overview of the study carried out by the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) on mapping the administrative data sources on gender-based violence in the EU-28. Administrative data provide detailed information on how justice, police, health and social services respond to incidents of gender-based violence. It reflects what is recorded by an organisation interacting with a victim or perpetrator, but cannot reflect the prevalence of gender-based violence due to under-reporting.
Current status and potential for the collection of comparable data The current report provides a comprehensive technical analysis of the current status and potential of the main administrative data sources and the related statistical products. Read more Administrative data sources on gender‑based violence against women in the EU: Report Administrative data sources on GBV in the EU: website Gender-based violence
The report provides an analysis of methodological options on the cost of gender-based violence and intimate partner violence, by studying different literatures and studies, and provides recommendations. It includes a case study on the cost of intimate partner violence against women in the UK during 2012 and provides a calculation of the costs in the EU. Read more Gender-based violence