3 edition of Moving Europe towards the knowledge-based society and gender equality found in the catalog.
Moving Europe towards the knowledge-based society and gender equality
by European Trade Union Institute for Research, Education and Health and Safety, ETUI-REHS in Brussels
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Lilja Mósesdóttir, Amparo Serrano Pascual and Chantal Remery.|
|Contributions||Lilja Mósesdóttir., Serrano Pascual, Amparo., Remery, Chantal.|
|LC Classifications||HC240 .M68 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
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To what extent is Europe moving towards the EU's vision of the knowledge-based society (KBS) with better quality jobs and gender equality. The underlying force believed to be driving the transition to the KBS is the growing use of information and communication technologies (ICTs), creating economic growth and social progress.
Moving Europe towards the knowledge-based society and gender equality: policies and performances. The Move Towards the Knowledge‐based Society: a Gender Approach Article in Gender Work and Organization 18(1) - 72 · December with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Editor(s): Mosesdottir, L.; Remery, C; Serrano Pascual, A.
Subject: Institutional Shifts in Government and Governance in a Comparative and International Context.
The article seeks answers to the question why progress towards gender equality has not turned out to be an inevitable part of the transition towards the knowledge society in Europe, in spite of Author: Lilja Mósesdóttir. Introduction: Tackling Employment and Gender Challenges, In Lilja Mosesdottir; Chantal Remery & Amparo Serrano-Pascual (ed.), Moving Europe towards the Knowledge Based Society and Gender Equality: Policies and Performances.
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Remery (Eds.), Moving Europe towards the knowledge based society and gender equality (Eds.), Moving Europe towards the Knowledge Based Society and gender equality: policies and performances Bifröst (Iceland. Koistinen, P., Roivas, S. and Neumann, L. (), ‘Policies Promoting Employment and Gender Equality in the Knowledge Based Society’, pp.
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Google ScholarAuthor: Cecilia Castaňo, Rachel Palmén. Monitoring progress towards Gender Equality in the Sixth Framework Programme Science and Society Citizens and governance in a knowledge-based society Support for the coherent development of policies (including related policy-oriented research) Synthesis Report A study for the European Commission by Lut Mergaert, Yellow Window Management Consultants.
Apr 10, · The overarching Swedish principle for gender equality is that everyone, regardless of gender, has the right to work and support themselves, to balance career and family life, and to live without the fear of abuse or violence. Gender equality implies not only equal distribution between men and women in all domains of society.
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National Assessments on Gender Equality in the Knowledge Society Key Findings Given the gendered barriers women face — challenges and roles that determine their ability to participate on an equal basis with men — the gender divide in the knowledge society cannot be expected to improve automatically with economic growth.
gender equal role in society. Men, gender equality and education Gender equality issues in education have changed over the past decades and have become more complex as questions of gender inequality and power have been opened up.
From the s onwards, gender equality in education has predominantly been framed with a focus on. The Framework on Gender Equality and the Knowledge Society The Framework on Gender Equality and the Knowledge Society presented here is an attempt to bring together gender-sensitive data on key areas in the knowledge society (ICTs, science, technology and innovation) with gender indicators of health, economic and social status and other areas.
This report on gender equality and the knowledge society in Senegal is an assessment of the preparation and participation of women and girls in the knowledge-based society in technology and innovation. This study is part of an international program to develop indicators using a common data.
This thought-provoking book examines the role of social protection in reducing inequality and enhancing social justice. It assesses social protection’s impact on inequality in different parts of the world and shows that if carefully designed, adequately funded and effectively implemented, it can make a significant contribution to reducing income, gender and other forms of inequality.
Oct 01, · The implication of the analysis is that effective gender mainstreaming would require a broader and more holistic conceptualization of the economy in order to secure greater gender equality.
The theoretical argument has relevance to countries seeking to develop knowledge-based thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com by: political life on the basis of equality of rights, equity and dignity.
gender, race, ethnicity, culture or language, of policy measures geared towards a “society for all.” This. May 25, · This chapter analyses why the EU has only partially succeeded in realising gender equality in its Member States and has failed in offering a better future for its coming generations.
The EU has regulated work-related policies and, relatedly, those aspects of family policies that contribute to economic growth, a mobile and knowledge-based labour thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com: Knijn Trudie, Manuela Naldini.
Education for a Knowledge-Based Society? A Concept Must be Rethought Knowledge-based society is a strategic term which – like postmodern society, postindustrial society, ^experience society, ^consumer society, ^risk society, ^media society or ^information society and similar terms – .This important book builds a bridge between the literature on popular welfare deservingness and social welfare policies.
It examines the relationship between the two, exploring the close correspondence between public opinion and public policy that has been present throughout the history of social welfare.He reflects on the transfer of feminist knowledge to/in complex organizations and the resistances to gender equality and gender training.
He participated to the design and implementation of various EU wide initiative to achieve gender equality in science, including the GEAR tool recently released by the European Institute of Gender Equality.