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The Role of Men in Gender Equality - European strategies & insights Study on the Role of Men in Gender Equality Contract ref. no. VC/2010/0592 December 2012 Justice

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  • Page 10 and 11: gender-based violence and men’s
  • Page 12 and 13: 4 Public discourse and policies abo
  • Page 14 and 15: 6 The gender pay gap - a central is
  • Page 16 and 17: 8 The general state of gender equal
  • Page 18 and 19: Health related recommendations 10
  • Page 20 and 21: Introduction 12 Synthèse analytiqu
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  • Page 28 and 29: 20 De plus, les normes et croyance
  • Page 30 and 31: 22 Promouvoir les masculinités no
  • Page 32 and 33: 24 Des avancées à l’échelle du
  • Page 34 and 35: Einführung 26 Zusammenfassung Die
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  • Page 38 and 39: 30 Die Ergebnisse der OECD PISA-Stu
  • Page 40 and 41: 32 In den börsennotierten Unterneh
  • Page 42 and 43: 34 Europa - mit höheren Männerbet
  • Page 44 and 45: 36 xuelle Gewalt) oder die als ‚n
  • Page 46 and 47: 38 Stärkung des Austauschs zwisch
  • Page 48 and 49: 1 Introduction 1 1.1 The role of me
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    1.3 Research background 5 As expres

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    7 3. In the aforementioned workshop

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    2 Education 2.1 Introduction 9 Educ

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    11 much in common, but we also have

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    13 2.2.3 Gender segregation in educ

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    15 Gendered patterns in different f

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    17 tunities will be opened up as yo

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    Source and explanation: Eurostat, L

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    21 Figure 2.8 Change for male and f

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    23 violence though, as data in the

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    25 Figure 2.11 Pisa 2009: gender di

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    27 of the system. (See Holter, Ries

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    29 on biological factors (brain, ho

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    31 Within the gender system, girls

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    33 The German federal government fu

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    35 of men and women in European soc

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    3 Work 3.1 Introduction 37 The soci

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    39 with a migration background “a

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    41 Figure 3.3 Differences in employ

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    43 Figure 3.5 Unemployment rates fo

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    45 Unemployment among both men and

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    47 Box 3.2 - Flexible working hours

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    49 only, and issues related to men

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    Figure 3.10 Gender segregation in o

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    53 In an average group we find reg

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    Table 3.1 Top 10 occupations of men

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    57 tainties challenge male privileg

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    Switzerland 59 In Switzerland undoc

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    61 in childcare or as a basis for f

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    63 medium enterprises (SMEs) or mul

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    65 ity principle observance, which

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    67 gender discrimination, and its f

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    69 occupations. (See Holter, 2003;

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    71 Men’s part time participation

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    73 ample shows, proactive measures

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    75 Enact regulations which include

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    77 tions with the lower average sal

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    79 women’s participation in the w

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    81 Figure 4.1 Men’s share in week

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    83 Figure 4.2 Scatter plot of count

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    85 Table 4.1 Employment status* of

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    87 Figure 4.3 Employment status of

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    France Germany Greece Hungary Icela

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    4.3 Analysis 4.3.1 Why does men’s

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    93 ble for organising the family an

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    95 one parent full-time - one paren

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    97 physical and psychological stres

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    99 Reforms and structural regulatio

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    101 bearing with women’s labour m

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    103 Develop incentives and measure

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    105 men who are making their way an

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    107 5.1.2 Main features of men’s

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    109 5.1.3.2 Men’s violence agains

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    111 While women are much more at ri

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    113 relations among boys and young

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    115 who are confronted with domesti

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    117 youngsters and men: those who h

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    119 Foster approaches of empowerme

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    121 ond wave of feminist movement 1

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    123 Figure 5.2.1 Life expectancy in

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    125 proportions of fatal as well as

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    127 women than for men, and so are

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    129 behaviour [...]” (EC, 2011a,

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    131 2011a; Madsen, 2007) promising

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    133 equality among men, by pointing

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    135 Men’s involvement in gender

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    137 Box 5.3.1 - Examples of quota s

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    139 Working Group on Men’s Equali

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    141 good ways of public communicati

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    White Ribbon Campaign (WRC) 143 The

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    145 National networks and men’s g

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    147 of pro-feminist men’s movemen

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    149 special focus should be put on

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    151 eration. The concept of ‘care

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    153 Supporting men's involvement in

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    7 Annex: References 7.1 Chapter 1 -

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    157 schoolbooks]. Frankfurt/Main, G

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    159 Meulders, D., Plasman, R., Rigo

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    161 Collinson, D. L. & Hearn, J. (2

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    163 Novikova, I. (2011). Country re

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    165 Daly, M. & Lewis, J (2000). The

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    167 Rossier, C. (2011). Variation i

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    169 Federal Republic of Germany] (B

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    171 Holwerda, T. J., Beekman, A. T.

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    173 Winkler, D., Pjrek, E. & Kasper

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    175 Commission - DG Justice (Ed.),

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    177 European Commission - DG Justic

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    179 Annex 2.2 Percentage of populat

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    181 Annex 2.5 Country groups ‘hor

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    183 Annex 2.7 Country groups ‘hor

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    185 Annex 2.9 Employment rates (in

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    187 Annex 3.2 Male employment rate

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    189 Annex 3.4 Unemployment rate by

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    191 Annex 3.6 Youth unemployment ra

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    193 Annex 3.8 Part-time* rate by se

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    195 Annex 3.10 Gender segregation i

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    197 Annex 3.12 Unadjusted gender pa

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    199 Annex 3.14 Country groups ‘ve

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    201 Annex 4.2 Dual-full-time-earner

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    203 Annex 5.2.2 Life expectancy in

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    205 Annex 5.2.4 Death due to traffi

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    207 Annex 5.2.6 Self-reported unmet

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    209 Annex 5.2.8 Consultation of a m

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    211 8.5 Annex ‘Chapter political

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    213 understood in terms of close hi

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    215 on the topic of men’s custody

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    217 Belgium; national expert(s): Na

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    Country Factsheet II Bulgaria: Desc

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    221 Country Factsheet II Czech Repu

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    223 Country Factsheet II Denmark: D

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    225 Country Factsheet II Germany: D

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    Country Factsheet II Estonia: Descr

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    Country Factsheet II Greece: Descri

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    231 Country Factsheet II Spain: Des

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    Country Factsheet II France: Descri

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    Country Factsheet II Ireland: Descr

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    237 Country Factsheet II Italy: Des

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    Country Factsheet II Cyprus: Descri

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    Country Factsheet II Latvia: Descri

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    243 Country Factsheet II Lithuania:

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    245 Country Factsheet II Luxembourg

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    Country Factsheet II Hungary: Descr

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    249 Country Factsheet II Malta: Des

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    251 Country Factsheet II Netherland

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    Country Factsheet II Austria: Descr

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    Country Factsheet II Poland: Descri

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    Country Factsheet II Portugal: Desc

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    Country Factsheet II Romania: Descr

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    Country Factsheet II Slovenia: Desc

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    Country Factsheet II Slovakia: Desc

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    Country Factsheet II Finland: Descr

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    Country Factsheet II Sweden: Descri

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    269 Country Factsheet II United Kin

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    Country Factsheet II Iceland: Descr

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    273 Country Factsheet II Liechtenst

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    Country Factsheet II Norway: Descri

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    277 Country Factsheet II Switzerlan

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    279 [they] are much more likely to

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    281 of violence has become a mainst

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    283 equality lead to changes at ind

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