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An interview with Ceyda Ulukaya, journalist and the creator of the first map of femicides in Turkey – an original and appreciated data journalism project.
A recent research conducted by the European Institute for Gender Equality shows how much the gap is widening between women and men regarding employment in the ICT sector.
Bylines and photos in news outlets are featuring a much higher share of men than women, a multi-country research by the European Journalism Observatory finds.
Job creation in the ICT sector could help address the gender divide in Europe's labour market - but current trends suggest more work needs to be done.
The European Institute For Gender Equality (EIGE) is an independent European agency which aims to promote and strengthen gender equality within the EU.
With the deadline to submit salary details for male and female staff in the UK just days away, early findings show that almost 90 per cent of women still work for companies that pay them less than male colleagues
Despite active gender equality policies, in every European country men have more daily leisure time than women, while women spend more time on domestic, unpaid work.
In the last ten years, women’s unemployment progressively fell almost to that of men, but in many countries there still are huge differences.
The new Bundestag is fairly average – at least as far as the proportion of women and young MPs is concerned. An international comparison shows that, elsewhere, things are done differently.
Crèche or grandparents? Forms of daycare vary between countries, with major implications for equality.