Employers and policy-makers can drive real progress in improving women’s working lives.
The Nordic countries, with their strong public spheres, are more supportive than those which elevate the family as a private institution.
By designing a policy package around the needs of contemporary families, political leaders can promote women’s rights, children’s development and employment.
As the workforce is feminised and women come to predominate among union members, the next step is assuming leadership roles in the trade-union movement.
The #MeToo movement raised global awareness about the experience of harassment at work—now we have a potentially far-reaching ILO convention to combat the phenomenon.
The gender pay gap in the EU remains stubbornly wide. Unpacking it highlights its wide social ramifications.
Advertisers still often hit consumers with gender stereotypes. And so they often miss—at their own business expense.
As the polls open for the European Parliament elections, three gender-equality ministers and state secretaries put feminism at the top of the electoral agenda.
There is a clear case for making gender equality a more visible part of the EU budgetary process.
A close look at how the austerity practised in the UK since 2010 has affected women’s health shows a gender lens must always be applied to see the full picture.
International Women’s Day (March 8) is the time when we celebrate and advance the rights of women and girls across the globe. A time to remind ourselves too of single parents and how they independently care for their children. And discuss the ways in which we can best support them. The large majority of single-parent […]
Though the two principles “equal pay for equal work” and “equal pay for work of equal value” have been legally fixed with the European Treaty of Rome 1957 as well as with the subsequent Equal Pay Directive 1975, the EU still shows – latest data from 2015 – an average (unadjusted) gender pay gap of […]