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  • Gender Issues in the Western Balkans

    This brief has been prepared as one of the proposals by civil society from the Western Balkans for Western Balkans Summit in London in July 2018.

    Authors: Milena Lazarević | Katarina Tadić

    Gender Parity and Decision-Making in the Serbian Public Administraton

    The lack of gender parity in managerial positions in both the private and public sectors in almost all European countries indicates the persistence of a range of structural, legal, and social barriers which continue to negatively affect women’s promotion and participation in positions of power.

    Authors: Katarina Kosmina | Katarina Tadić

    Gender mainstreaming of Public Policies in Serbia

    An essential element of the new Strategy is gender impact assessment or in other words gender analysis of policies, measures and programmes.

    Authors: Katarina Tadić

    Governing Social Inclusion

    In Armstrong’s “Governing Social Inclusion: Europeanisation through Policy Coordination,” one of the reoccurring topics is the ‘Open Method of Coordination’ (OMC).

    Authors: Anesa Omeragić

    What is Gender Mainstreaming and Why Does it Matter?

    Equality policies in general and particularly gender mainstreaming within candidate and potential candidate countries are relevant in the terms of European integration as “insurance of equal opportunities is seen as one of the major social political issues at the accession negotiations.

    Authors: Amanda Orza
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