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Focus on International Women's Day

Focus on International Women's Day
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08-Mar-2016
 

EurActiv Alert

 

FOCUS ON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

 
International Women's Day (March 8) is an important day to celebrate women's social, economic, cultural & political achievements and generally used for calls for gender parity. Today, EurActiv brings you the following series of articles, interviews and opinion pieces:

FN vote errorsCommission to review stand on gender pay gap this year
The EU executive will review its actions on the gender pay gap this year and may consider legislation requiring companies to be transparent about what they pay employees, a European Commission official told EurActiv. 
 
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FN vote errors[INTERVIEW] Grybauskaitė: Politics will stop being a men’s club if women dare to dream
It is a long path to the EU leaders’ table, but if women dare to pursue their convictions in political life, politics will stop being a men’s club, said Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė, one of only three women leaders in the European Council. Dalia Grybauskaitė is the President of Lithuania.
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FN vote errors[OPINION] Mimica: No women? No development!
During extensive travels to the EU’s partner countries, the crucial role of women and girls in a society’s social and economic development has stood out time and time again, writes European Commissioner Neven Mimica. Neven Mimica is the European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development and previously served as Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia.
> Read the opinion piece
 
FN vote errors[INTERVIEW] Emily O’Reilly: Call me ‘Ombudswoman’
Speaking to EurActiv.com ahead of International Women’s Day, the European Ombudsman, Emily O’Reilly, said she was open to being called “Ombudswoman”.

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FN vote errors[INTERVIEW] Richard Beddock: Female migrants in an ‘impossibly vulnerable situation’
Global instability and the refugee crisis have combined to undermine the security of women’s sexual health and reproductive rights, according to the vice-president of the NGO Gynocology Without Borders (GSF). Doctor Richard Beddock is the Vice-President of the NGO Gynaecology Without Borders, which has defended women’s health in developing countries since 1995.
> Read the interview   > en français
 
FN vote errors[STUDY] Millions of women in unpaid work exposes gender inequality
A new study by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) has shown that women spend more time in unpaid work than men, particularly when it comes to childcare. EurActiv’s partner El País – Planeta Futuro reports.
 
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FN vote errors[OPINION] More women in politics? It’s 2016!
When asked why he had picked a gender parity cabinet the Canadian Prime Minister replied “because its 2015” – a simple riposte to a journalist’s question of why there should be more women in politics. Melanie Sully asks if parliaments or governments can be a mirror reflection of society. Melanie Sully is a professor of political science and director of the Go-Governance Institute in Vienna.
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FN vote errors[OPINION] Time for atonement, not celebration
It is too easy to fall in the trap of self-congratulation on 8 March, International Women’s Day. We’ve come a long way when it comes to women’s rights, writes Jerome Chaplier, but we mustn’t forget how far we still have to go. Jerome Chaplier is the coordinator of the European Coalition for Corporate Justice (ECCJ).
> Read the opinion piece
 

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