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Harmonised Indicators on Gender Equality and the Status of Women in Albania

Harmonised Indicators on Gender Equality and the Status of Women in Albania

The publication serves as a basic manual for collecting data, assessing gender equality and the status of women in Albania and developing proposals to further improve them in such areas as women’s participation in the decision-making, education, employment, defense, social welfare, health, media and domestic violence.


A study of the economic costs for the implementation of the Albanian legislation against domestic violence

Knowing the economic costs of the activities of state institutions is necessary for budgeting addressing the implementation of the legislation against domestic violence. Therefore, in this document we have presented two study reports which provide data on the costs of the prevention of and fight against domestic violence in Albania, and help the calculation of the relevant expenses. The findings of this study will help strengthen the activity of the relevant authorities and will improve the...


A Difference between Men and Women - The Income

This study by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance discusses existing income discrepancies based on current statistics and examines the effects of taxation, which is gender-neutral in its legal formulation, on these differences, especially with regard to the most recent tax reform.


Albania: Time Use Survey (2010-2011)

The main goal of the Albanian Time Use Survey is to develop nationally representative estimates of how people divide their time of various life activities. The main objectives to be achieved through the time use survey were: • To measure the amount of time spent by the Albanian population on different activities; • To identify gender differences in time use patterns with special focus on paid and unpaid work activities; • To carry out the survey in full accordance with the...


Analysis and assessment of the budget process and reform of budget policy from gender equality perspective

Analysis and assessment of the budget process and reform of budget policy from gender equality perspective

The subject of this analysis is the budget process in the Republic of Macedonia (RM), with emphasis on the reforms of budget policies...


Analysis of Budget Programmes from Gender Perspective

The purpose of this manual is to provide public officials working on gender budget analysis a simple tool on how to carry it out. Guideline for making policies and budgets more gender responsive.


GENDER-RESPONSIVE BUDGETING IN SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE: UNIFEM EXPERIENCES

This publication captures lessons learned in the course of the UNIFEM project on gender responsive budgeting (GRB) in South Eastern Europe (SEE).


Gender Wage Gap in Albania

Labour market issues, be those of employment, unemployment, inactivity, wages and the like are very important for every country since they are linked to some of the main indicators of economic wellbeing or lack thereof. These issues and indicators become increasingly important for developing countries that are trying to achieve development and economic growth. Gender indicators within these labour market indicators are of special interest not only due to a long history of gender discrimination...


Gender Budget Initiative in Gdansk, Poland

Gender Budget Initiative in Gdansk, Poland

The booklet produced by NEWW-Polska in 2005, is a report outlining the results of the Gender Budget analysis in Gdansk, Poland. The report provides a detailed discussion of the demographic, education, health and local labor structures in Gdansk. In addition to providing gender budgeting methods and tools used in other countries, the synopsis outlines three selected issues of Gdansk society and presents recommendations which may serve as aids in planning budgets in the region. Central...


Gender-responsive budget analysis in the Canton of Basel-Stadt, Switzerland

Gender-responsive budget analysis in the Canton of Basel-Stadt, Switzerland

The aim of this publication is to provide an overview of the latest research findings and discussions in the Canton of Basel-Stadt with regard to “engendering budgets”. The study includes an innovative impact of public expenditure on unpaid care work.