Declaration on gender tasks
Equality boost for EU citizens
Reviewing our steps ahead on #IWD2023
Council looks for Parliamentary consent
Join us on March 2nd to discuss our progress delivering gender equality
Combating violence against women and domestic violence file proceeds
Gender pay transparency directive negotiations successfully conclude
Where will the Swedish presidency look to deliver?
Both organisations continue their work on gender equality
Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
Directive is formally adopted in Strasbourg
Trilogue negotiations show a gap in institution’s thinking
We set forward our view on how to improve the draft directive
Landmark vote moves a critical file to trilogue negotiations.
Movement on files in the Parliament and Council are cause for optimism
While we celebrate the achievements to date, what actions can impact the existing gaps between genders?
In the beginning of March the European Commission submitted a directive proposal on pay transparency, which aims at targeting the right to equal pay between women and men for equal work or work of equal value.
Today on International Women’s Day, we want to point out some of the challenges women face in their professional career.
The International Bar Association (IBA) launched a report on sexual harassment in the legal profession in mid-May. The results show a horrifying truth about the frequency of bullying and harassment.
European women are more and more highly-skilled, and a growing number of women graduate with tertiary education. Not only is advancing to managerial positions a challenge, but the wages of women are also lagging far behind.