Women Employment in Urban Public Transport Sector

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WISE - Executive Summaries in different languages available (PDF-Files, 1,8 MB)

Final WISE Project Report

After 1,5 years of project work on “Women Employment in Urban Public Transport Sector” we are pleased to present the Final Project Report in English containing the most important results on Women Employment and gender equality in European public transport companies, associations and trade unions.

You can download the file here (PDF, 4,6 MB).

Gender Equality in Europe

European Parliament on "Women's Rights and Gender Equality" EIGE - European Institute for Gender Equality (Lithuania) Gender Equality by EuropeAid
(EuropeAid - a new Directorate-General (DG) responsible for designing EU development policies and delivering aid through programs and projects across the world)

European Commission > Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion > Gender equality A roadmap for equality between women and men 2006 - 2010 Database: women & men in decision making Equality between men and women Europe for women - a strong commitment to gender equality Eurostat, The life of women and men in Europe. A statistical portrait Germany: "Women in East Germany often fill leading positions"
according to the summary report no. 03/2011 published by the "Institute for employment research" (IAB - Institut für Arbeits- und Berufsforschung) Nuremberg, Germany (in German) More information about the institute: http://www.iab.de/en/iab-aktuell.aspx

Gender Equality Worldwide

World Economic Forum, Geneva, Switzerland
  • http://www.weforum.org/issues/global-gender-gap
  • Women Leaders and Gender Parity (World Economic Forum)
  • 1. Global Gender Gap Report 2010
    "The 2010 Report aggregates five years of data and seeks to reveal country progress in a transparent manner. By doing this, we hope this Report will serve as a call to action to the international community to pool its knowledge and resources and to leverage the current unique window of opportunity so that faster progress can be achieved. Every moment that we wait entails colossal losses to the global society and economy." (Source: World Economic Forum)
  • Download PDF-File (12,7 MB)
  • 2. Corporate Gender Gap Report 2010
    "Leading companies are failing to capitalize on the talents of women in the workforce, according to the World Economic Forum's Corporate Gender Gap Report 2010. It is the first study to cover the world's largest employers in 20 countries and benchmark them against the gender equality policies that most companies should have in place but are in fact widely missing." (Source: World Economic Forum)
  • Download PDF-File (10,4 MB)