In this second publication, Sylvie Cromer (sociologist) and Adeline Raymond (social and occupational psychologist, University of Brest) focus on the issue of sexual and sexist violence at work while drawing the political lessons for public policy-making, namely in the current context where it became more urgent than ever to act in order to stop this reality.
FEPS and Fondation Jean-Jaurès join forces to fight for the elimination of sexist and sexual violence on the occasion of the international day for the elimination of violence against women.
This Policy Study is part of the Gender-based violence series conducted in cooperation with Fondation Jean-Jaurès to shed light on specific dimensions of gender-based violence. This series also includes:
Research shows Ireland is too reliant on voluntary sector for mental health services
by RTÉ Radio 1 27/03/2023
RTÉ Radio 1 talks about our case studies 'Is an EU-wide approach to the mental health crisis necessary?', published in collaboration with Think-tank for Action on Social Change (TASC)
Irish mental health services ‘too hospital-centric’
by Irish Examiner 23/03/2023
Irish Examiner article on FEPS and TASC policy study "Is an EU-wide approach to the Mental Health Crisis necessary?"
Ireland lacks key mental health services, report finds
by RTÉ 23/03/2023
RTÉ article on FEPS and TASC policy study "Is an EU-wide approach to the Mental Health Crisis necessary?"
‘No one is unemployable’: the French social experiment
by EUobserver 21/03/2023
EUobserver article on unemployment in the EU with a mention to FEPS' policy brief 'A Job Guarantee for Europe.'
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