Gender Policies in the European Union
P. Lang, 2000 - Business & Economics - 261 pages
A group of European feminist scholars explores the European gender policies from the founding of the European Community to the 1997 Treaty of Amsterdam. They offer different interpretations of the contradiction between the exceptional development of gender equality policy within Community social policy and actual gender inequality.
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The European Unions Gender Policies
A Study of Four Action Programmes on Equal
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