4 edition of Gender Equality in Central and Eastern European Countries. (Forum Personalmanagement, Bd. 6.) found in the catalog.
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Michel Domsch (Editor), Desiree Ladwig (Editor), Eliane Tenten (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||389|
As a result, the gap between the employment rates for women with children and those without is relatively wide. Hungary also has the lowest female participation rate in comparison with other central and eastern European countries. Women’s inactivity rates reach over 80% for households with at least one child aged below three years. In the early s, Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) underwent a major transition, leaving behind the communist regime and setting out on a path towards democracy. In addition to the process of democratization, Central and Eastern European countries have also dealt with the pressure and desire to become members of the European Union (EU).Cited by: 3.
This book uses these debates to illuminate the changing gender regimes in countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It has particular significance as countries in the region make the transition from communism into a European Union (EU) that has issues of women's employment, work–life balance, and gender equality at the heart of its social policy. 'This truly timely book fixates "opposition to gender equality" as an acute research priority. It deplores the fragmented state of our understanding yet makes great amends, scrutinizing varieties of opposition to equality through a series of strong case studies from different parts of Europe. Comparing Three Countries in Central and Eastern.
Dec 20, · The article illustrates the developed conceptual framework through a comparative analysis of gender equality institutional architectures emerging in the last twenty years in the ten new European Union member states of Central and Eastern Europe. The existence of this gap and the need for harmonization led many to draw the conclusion: the accession process will result in major transformation of gender policies in Central and Eastern European countries. However, these expectations were not fulﬁlled and a breakthrough has not theslopelounge.com by:
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This book aims to map gendered aspects of the decline in democracy in four countries in the Central and Eastern European region: Croatia, Hungary, Poland and Romania. We have a dual focus.
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Thus ILO considers gender equality as a key element in its vision of Decent Work for All Women and Men. For this reason, the organization aims to support its constituents – governments, and workers’ and employers’ organizations – to bring gender equality into practice.
We work with our constituents to. Inthe European Union opened the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) in Vilnius, Lithuania to promote gender equality and to fight sex discrimination. In the EU published the Gender Action Plan – Gender equality is part of the national curriculum in Great Britain and many other European countries.
They also include specialists’ insights into several aspects of women’s employment and as far as possible provide a view of the social and professional situation of highly qualified women in Eastern Europe.
This publication will be of interest to experts from different interest groups and research areas. Fodor and Balogh, based on pre-collapse and post-collapse survey data, have said that opinions on women as homemakers and their contribution to the workforce, have changed little in Central and Eastern European states, and in contrast Western European states have greatly liberalized their views on such.
Sep 24, · We use multi-group confirmatory factor analysis with and without alignment to determine the configural, weak, strong and strict MI. The results show that the concept of gender equality is not comparable across all countries involved in the survey.
In particular, it seems to differ between Western Europe and Central and Eastern theslopelounge.com by: 8. 5 Glassdoor | Llewellyn Consulting | Which Countries in Europe Have the Best Gender Equality in The Workplace. Introduction The objective of this report is to measure the progress of European countries in achieving parity between men and women in the workplace, in terms of the proportion of men and women in work and in different types of jobs.
May 02, · Men’s views of equality between the sexes are woefully out of sync with the hopes of young women, according to a survey across the Middle East and north Africa. The understanding of welfare states has been much enriched by comparative work on welfare regimes and gender.
This book uses these debates to illuminate the changing gender regimes in countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It has particular significance as countries in the region make the transition from communism and into a European Union (EU) that has issues of women’s employment, work.
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The Gender Politics of Domestic Violence analyzes the emergence of gender equality sensitive domestic violence policy reforms in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
Tracing policy developments in Eastern Europe from the beginning of s, when domestic violence first emerged on policy agendas, untilAndrea Krizsán and Conny Roggeband look. theslopelounge.com: Gender Equality in Central and Eastern European Countries (Forum Personalmanagement / Human Resource Management) (): Author: Michel E.
Domsch. PART ONE • GENDER EQUALITY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION GENDER EQUALITY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION Genoveva TISHEVA a) Overview of the existing EU legislation on gender equality b) The relationship between EU Law and the national legal orders.
Enforcement of the EU Gen-der Equality Law. c) Gender Mainstreaming as a main concept of EU soft law. Andrea Krizsan is Research Fellow at the Center for Policy Studies since She is interested in understanding policy change in countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
She works on different equality policy fields including gender equality policy, policies on gender based violence, policies addressing ethnic inequalities and intersectionality. The Role of Women in Central Europe after EU Enlargement: Challenges of Gender Equality Policy in a Wider Europe (Marie Jahoda sozialwissenschaftliche Studien) [Stella Avallone, Bianca Valota-Cavallotti] on theslopelounge.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
‘Gender equality is a fundamental right, a common value of the EU, and a necessary condition for the achievement of the EU objectives of Price: $ Havelková's compelling feminist legal genealogy of gender equality in Czechia illuminates the path dependency of gender norms and the antipathy to substantive gender equality that is common among the formerly state-socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
May 29, · A recent report from the World Economic Forum (WEF) supports this point, with Western European countries, on average, ranking higher than Eastern European countries on a measure of gender equality Author: Asparuh Koev. European multi-level governance on the forms of democracy – by examining public, bureaucratic and elite responses to the EU gender equality norm across 10 Central and East European countries.
The study of national responses to the gender acquis (Chapter 13 of the acquis communautaire – appendix 1) is interesting as it concerns a norm that was. This book uses these debates to illuminate the changing gender regimes in countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
It has particular significance as countries in the region make the transition from communism and into a European Union that has issues of women's employment, work-life balance, and gender equality at the heart of its social policy.Oct 17, · In the Global Gender Gap Report, Europe held the top 4 spots for gender equality, with Iceland, Finland, Norway and Sweden ranking 1st through 4th respectively.
It .Background paper prepared for the UNRISD report "Gender Equality: Striving for Justice in an Unequal World" Although in the period from to the male activity rates of the ex-socialist Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries still exceeded 70%, a significant part of the female population had either disappeared from the labour market through voluntary exit or exclusion, or had had.