Sweden is the most gender equal country in the EU-- ""[The Gender Equality Index] enables each member state to evaluate and compare amongst each other the progress they've made in various fields of gender equality, as well as where progress is most needed," Michael Gustafson.
EIGE. Research conducted by the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) shows that more women are needed in climate change decision making to respond to climate change efficiently. EIGE’s report introduces the first EU indicators in the area of women and environment. It will be an important input to the Rio + 20 international discussion on the green economy and sustainable development.
The European Union Gender Equality Index consists of six core domains: work, money, knowledge, time, power, health and two satellite domains (Intersecting inequalities and violence). There are country reports and profiles available.
Gender equality: What scares terrorists (Opinion) - Does any group or state that refuses to commit to working toward gender equality merit our money, weapons or political capital? Any entity that refuses to treat at least half of its population as equal to the other cannot be expected to protect minorities and promote tolerance. In other words, the perpetuation of female oppression works against US interests & therefore should be a disqualification for US investment.
Sikkim Mizoram and Meghalaya Set Example for India in Giving Women Equal Opportunity to Work North East India has reasons to be proud as according to a recent McKinsey Global Institutes (MGI) The Power of Parity: Advancing Women Equality in India report Mizoram and Meghalaya are the two States in the country with the least gender gap. The gender parity in the two Northeastern states along with that of Kerala Goa and Sikkim are roughly in line with that of Argentina China or Indonesia the…
Visionary Vintage Children’s Book Celebrates Gender Equality, Ethnic Diversity, and Space Exploration
George Orwell, Feminist: The Beloved Author on Gender Equality in Work and Housework | Brain Pickings
UNESCO considers gender equality as a fundamental human right, a building block for social justice and an economic necessity. It is a critical factor for the achievement of all internationally agreed development goals as well as a goal in and of itself. We welcome you to our website to learn more about gender equality and its designation as a global priority at UNESCO.
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