Reports

Reports magnifying glass simple EWL in-depth analysis reports provide a solid basis for policy advocacy on gender equality in Europe.

  • Strengthening Women’s Rights in a Multicultural Europe (2001)

    The issue of racism and gender discrimination is a priority in the EWL’s work for
    2001, as we believe that within the overall fight against racism, there is a need
    for targeted and specific measures for women. The UN World Conference Against
    Racism (WCAR), which will be held in South Africa in September 2001, gives rise
    to important discussions and debates, in which the EWL has a key role to play
    to ensure that the gender dimension is included in the discussions and that
    actions are taken at (...) Read more

  • Young Women’s Guide to Equality in Europe (2001)

    Relationships between women and men, young women in education,
    employment, health, violence, the media, decision-making and European
    legislation on equality between women and men : these are the themes that
    young European women have chosen to analyse in this guide. The aim is to
    highlight where progress has been made towards equality between women
    and men in Europe and to identify how the European Union can contribute
    to further progress.
    From October 1999 to June 2001, the EWL led the (...) Read more

  • Annual report 2000

    Ten years of Activism for Gender Equality
    The EWL is ten years old. This is therefore a wonderful
    opportunity to review our past activities and
    highlight our successes as well as to outline the
    challenges and opportunities ahead. In this special
    anniversary issue of the newsletter, the founders
    and those who have been active in the development
    of EWL have reviewed many of the key moments in
    our history. Of particular importance is the development
    of two policy centres, the European Policy (...) Read more

  • Towards a common European framework to monitor progress in combating violence against women (2001)

    This report was produced with the input of the collective experience of the EWL Observatory on Violence against Women experts. The aim of the publication is to provide a resource to establish a framework to monitor progress on combating male violence against women in the European Union, with the specific objective of, on the one hand, ascertaining what progress has been made in addressing violence against women at national and European level and, on the other hand, monitoring the outcomes (...) Read more

  • Unveiling the Hidden Data on Domestic Violence in the EU

    There is not one single country in the world where women are free from violence. There is not one single area in any woman’s life where she is not exposed to the threat or actual acts of violence against her. Violence against women knows no geographical boundary, no age limit, no class distinction, no race, no cultural difference and manifests itself in many different ways.
    “On ne naît pas femme, on le devient”. “You are not born a woman, you become one”, according to Simone de Beauvoir. The (...) Read more

  • Overcoming Discrimination- Selected Strategies Empowering Black, Ethnic Minority and Migrant Women (1999)

    This unique project makes visible the diverse and dynamic strategies and
    actions empowering black, ethnic minority and migrant women in six
    Member States of the European Union. The project fills an important gap
    in information, at both the national and European level, on race and gender
    issues, and makes a significant contribution to our understanding of
    the impact of racist and sexist barriers which prevent the full participation
    of black, ethnic minority and migrant women in society. (...) Read more

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