2 edition of The Gender Dimensions Of Social Security Reform In Central And Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
December 30, 2003 by International Labour Office .
Written in English
|Contributions||Elaine Fultz (Editor), Markus Ruck (Editor), Silke Steinhilber (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
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The gender dimensions of social security reform in Central and Eastern Europe: Case studies of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. Comprises five papers which examine the gender dimensions of social security reform undertaken in the context of political and economic transformation in three EU accession countries.
THE GENDER DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM. 4 Magdalena Kotýnková is a senior researcher in the Department of Income Policy of the Czech Research Institute for Labour and Social Aﬀ airs. She received a master’s degree in economic policy in from the University of Economics in Prague.
Gender and Social Security Reform examines how different countries are attempting to meet this challenge. Drawing on comparative studies of European and Latin American countries along with a series of case studies of individual countries, the book provides insights into the gender dimensions of alternative designs for : Neil Gilbert.
The Gender Impact of Social Security Reform compares the gendered outcomes of social security systems in Chile, Argentina, and Mexico, and presents empirical findings The Gender Dimensions Of Social Security Reform In Central And Eastern Europe book Eastern and Central European transition economies as well as several OECD countries.
Women’s positions have improved relative to men in countries where joint pensions have Cited by: 6. the gender dimensions of pension reform and balancing flexibility and security. Raluca Popa from the Central European University conducted research on men's social disadvantages in Central and Eastern Europe.
Brigitte Degen from DG Research in the European Commission contributed with a discussion of women in science. The Gender Dimensions of Social Security Reform in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland Elaine Fultz and Silke Steinhilber 1.
Introduction The social security reforms that the new governments in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland adopted in the s affect women and men unemployment throughout much of Central and Eastern Europe.
The Latin American model of social security reform with individual accounts has been adopted by a number of Central and Eastern European countries.
That alternative to a The Gender Dimensions Of Social Security Reform In Central And Eastern Europe book system is sometimes advocated as a desirable model for solving problems in developed systems such as that of the United States.
Gender Issues in Eastern Europe: /ch This article aims to indicate a working agenda of Eastern European gender issues and to generate critical reflection and further research questions. AlthoughAuthor: Christina Hanganu-Bresch.
Life expectancy currently hovers around 78 years (75 for men/81 for women), a number slightly higher than most of Eastern Europe but lower than most of Western Europe. Cardiovascular diseases account for about 50% of all mortality, which is one of the highest rates in Europe and therefore of particular by: 5.
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GENDER EQUALITY, SOCIAL pROTECTION AND RURAL DEvELOpmENT IN EASTER EUROpE AND CENTRAL ASIA - INSIGHTS FROm THE REGION. Women represent percent of the total population of the Republic of Belarus. In rural areas, women account for File Size: 1MB. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Gender Dimensions Of Social Security Reform In Central And Eastern Europe: C at the best.
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Wang Secondary Education in the Indian State of Uttar Pradesh: Gender Dimensions of State Policy and. Müller, K. (), The Political Economy of Pension Reform in Central-Eastern Europe (Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar).
Google Scholar OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) (), by: 1. Pension Systems in Central and Eastern Europe: in times of Crisis, Austerity and Beyond 9 MarchAnkara Kenichi Hirose Senior Specialist in Social Security ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team for Central and Eastern Europe Email: [email protected] A/ Gender and Social Policy in a Global Context Uncovering the Gendered Structure of 'the Social' 3 Gender and Post-socialist Welfare States in Central Eastern Europe: Family Policy Reforms in Poland and the Czech Republic Compared 68 Part HI Gender Dimensions of Social-sector Restructuring 11 Gender and Health Sector Reform.
Gender and Post-socialist Welfare States in Central Eastern Europe: Family Policy Reforms in Poland and the Czech LABOUR-MARKET INFORMALITY AND THE SEARCH FOR SOCIAL SECURITY Labour-Market Informalization, to Social Protection; PART 3: GENDER DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL-SECTOR RESTRUCTURING Gender and Health Sector Reform: Analytical.
Gender and Social Policy in a Global Context: Uncovering the Gendered Structure of ‘the Social’ Programme in Mexico. Pages Molyneux, Maxine. Preview Buy Chap19 € Gender and Post-socialist Welfare States in Central Eastern Europe: Family Policy Reforms in Poland and the Czech Republic Compared Book Title Gender and Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Gender and Social Policy in a Global Context: Uncovering the Rendered Structure of 'the Social'; & The 'Oportunidades' Programme in Mexico; ux Gender and Post-socialist Welfare States in Central Eastern Europe: Family Policy Reforms in Poland and the Czech Republic Compared GENDER DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL-SECTOR.
PRIVATIZATION AND DEMOCRATIZATION IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE AND THE SOVIET UNION: THE GENDER DIMENSION Introduction: Valentine M. Moghadam On SeptemberUNU/WIDER hosted a research conference in Helsinki on the gender-specific effects of restructuring in the former socialist countries.
A list of participants. The aim of this book is to provide the reader with the broad spectrum of poverty and social policy issues in Central and Eastern Europe, and address the most urgent topics of welfare state.
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Trade Unions and Welfare Reform in Central and Eastern Europe 1. Introduction In various policy domains, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe CEE) have experienced institutional transformations with intensity almost unknown to other countries.
This undoubtedly holds true for the field of social policy as well. This paper is the first of a. Contemporary Issues and Ideas in Social Sciences August Welfare regimes in Central and Eastern Europe: Incorporating post-communist countries in a welfare regime typology Dr.
H.J.M. Fenger1 Department of Public Administration, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands and Ministry of Social Aﬀairs and Employment, The Netherlands Abstract.
Gender and security sector reform is an emerging subfield of security sector reform that is both practical and conceptual. SSR generally is a comprehensive framework within which all or part of a state's security sector undergoes a process of transformation in order to bring it more into line with principles such as democratic oversight, good governance and the rule of law.
The overall objectives. underpinned policies for gender equality. Some countries of Central and Eastern Europe have retained social welfare systems which support gender equality, particularly through supports to motherhood, despite the move from state socialism, and through periods of social and economic turbulence.
Systems of state support for gender equality, in. occurring in Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, and South Africa.
In each case, the transition to democracy included public demands to acknowledge and redress human rights abuses committed by former regimes.
Since then, a variety of mechanisms developed to confront legacies of abuse (e.g. gross civil, political and other human rights. “This book examines issues of equal rights for parenthood in depth, by evaluating the situation in the CEE and Western European countries.
The edited volume highlights the double burden of Bulgarian and Hungarian women, who still have to work in the household while also working outside of it, but also shows that being a single parent, regardless of gender, serves as a discriminatory factor Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Gender and social policy in a global context: uncovering the gendered structure of 'the social'. Maxine Molyneux --Gender and post-socialist welfare states in Central Eastern Europe: people and access to social protection / Francie Lund --pt. III. Gender dimensions of social-sector restructuring --Gender.
Social Security recognizes as valid any marriage that was recognized under state law as being a valid marriage when it was entered into. Social Security looks to state law and government-issued documents (such as birth certificates and court orders) to determine marital status – it is not based on the gender marker in your Social Security record.
Central and Eastern Europe is a term encompassing the countries in Central Europe (the Visegrád Group), the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Europe (the Balkans), usually meaning former communist states from the Eastern Bloc (Warsaw Pact) in rly literature often uses the abbreviations CEE or CEEC for this term.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and. Demographic Headwinds in Central and Eastern Europe The populations of Central and Eastern European (CESEE) countries—with the exception of Turkey—are expected to decrease significantly over the next 30 years, driven by low or negative net birth rates and outward migration.
Introduction. Security Sector Reform (SSR) is an increasingly significant feature of peacebuilding efforts (UN and ; Sedra ) in recognition of the importance of effective and accountable security sector institutions to sustainable peace, as well as regional stability and international security (UN ; OECD ).It is broadly agreed that local ownership is one of the core Cited by: Ferge, Z.
() Social Policy Regimes and Social Structure. Hypothesis about the Prospects of Social Policy in Central-Eastern Europe, in Z. Ferge and I. Kolberg (eds) Social Policy in a Changing Europe. Boulder, CO: Campus and Westview. Google ScholarCited by: Get this from a library.
Gender and social policy in a global context: uncovering the gendered structure of 'the social'. [Shahra Razavi; Shireen Hassim;] -- This book addresses the central questions of how social and economic rights have been historically constructed and shaped by processes of political and economic change, and by the normative.
Introduction. The transition period in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries has brought significant changes to their health systems, including health care financing.
1, 2 The severe economic downturn in the s, coupled in many countries with rising unemployment, inflation, low salaries, tax evasion and a large informal sector, led to specific challenges, such as substantial deficits Cited by: Labor markets and social policy in Central and Eastern Europe: the transition and beyond (English) Abstract.
The people of Central and Eastern Europe need no reminder that the early stage of reform is uncertain and painful. Their new economic and political system are giving them more individual by: The Gender and Security Sector Reform Training Resource Package is a companion to the Gender and SSR Toolkit (DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR and UN-INSTRAW, /).
Copies of the Gender. Monitoring the Change in Social Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe Monitoring the Impact of Social Transfers 4. Discussion Conclusion Conclusion Conclusion The New Welfare Consensus Globalization and the Issue of “Social Dumping” (Policy Processes Regarding Social Assistance and the Role of NGOs): Elena is an Attorney at Law with the Foundation for Entrepreneurship Development, Sofia, Bulgaria.
She is a Researcher on SME development, regional and local economic development, foreign direct investments, legal reform, gender equality and job creation. 1 DCAF is one of the world’s leading Pdf working in the area of Security Sector Pdf and Security Sector Governance.
It was established in by the Swiss government as an international foundation with 53 Member States and the Canton of Geneva. DCAF’s main divisions are Research, Operations and Special Programmes.In rebuilding efforts, integration of gender is key to operational effectiveness, local ownership, and download pdf oversight.
Security Sector Reform not only creates more employment/involvement opportunities generally, it also increases the participation of women within the security sector.
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