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PV 02/10/2017 - 15
CRE 02/10/2017 - 15

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PV 03/10/2017 - 4.4
CRE 03/10/2017 - 4.4

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Luni, 2 octombrie 2017 - Strasbourg Ediţie revizuită

15. Capacitarea economică a femeilor în sectoarele publice și private din UE (prezentare succintă)
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  Claudia Țapardel (S&D ), in writing . – Whether in businesses, as entrepreneurs or employees, or by doing unpaid care work at home, women make enormous contributions to economies. Therefore, their economic empowerment is an essential element of gender equality, further boosting growth and prosperity. But while the EU is a world leader when it comes to women’s rights, it is unacceptable that it still lags behind as regards to their participation in the labour market and in economic decision-making. Given that women are the most affected by austerity, cuts and, unfortunately, violence, we need binding measures on pay transparency at work, and policies to tackle all forms of gender-based abuses. I am happy that the present report makes bold and necessary recommendations as to how to empower women. As a member of TRAN Committee, I fully support women’s equal participation on the labour market, particularly in areas normally associated with men, such as transport, where only two out of ten workers are female. All sectors need to create better opportunities for women, but the transport sector is one of the sectors that can bring new opportunities, especially in the age of digitalisation and automation. Women empowerment is the only way to dismantle stereotypes and break barriers.

Ultima actualizare: 14 decembrie 2017Notă juridică