Discussion Paper - Gender (in)equality: An incomplete revolution?
The Harriet Taylor Mill-Institute (HTMI) of the Berlin School of Economics and Law has published a Discussion Paper documenting the Summer School 16-23 of July 2010:Where is EU Gender Policy Going? Balance and Perspectives in the Field of Employment and the Labor Market
The summer school based its theme days on:
- Development of employment and social policies in the EU,
- Employment and equal opportunities considering the Scandinavian Model,
- Employment and equal opportunities in the New Member States of Middle and Eastern Europe,
- The concept of discrimination in the legal norms of the EU and the extension of non-discrimination principles to other social features,
- Strategies and lobbying of gender equality political players,
- Gender dimensions of the present economic and financial crises. Speakers from European and national research contexts presented their recent work.
The summer school was funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and by the Berliner Chancengleichheitsprogramm (BCP).
Organized by Dr. Ingrid Biermann and Prof. Dr. Friederike Maier.
- Harriet Taylor Mill-Institute: Discussion Paper 13, 03/2011 (PDF, 30 Pages, 400 KB)
- Further information: Harriet Taylor Mill-Institut - Summer School 2010 (German)
- Homepage: Harriet Taylor Mill-Institute
Source: Harriet Taylor Mill-Institute Discussion Paper 13, 03/2011