This policy brief explores a gendered and expansionary macroeconomic scenario for Europe as an alternative to the current direction of austerity policies. This alternative macroeconomic scenario focuses on the need to generate higher growth in employment and to narrow the gap between female and male employment rates in the Eurozone (in particular in the South Eurozone).
Pay transparency can help close the gender pay gap but at what cost?
by Euronews 31/08/2022
How many inequalities can the world fight at the same time?
by Social Europe 07/07/2022
Rebutting the assaults on gender equality
by Social Europe 08/03/2022
La cúpula de la UE también es de cristal: 4 mujeres entre los 28 representantes
by La Información 11/06/2019
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