WOMEN IN TRADE UNIONS: MAKING THE DIFFERENCE.

WOMEN IN TRADE UNIONS: MAKING THE DIFFERENCE.

Autor/-ka: European Trade Union Confederation

Rok pierwszego wydania: 2003

Zakres: europejski

Rodzaj dokuementu: raport

Rodzaj danych: ilościowe i jakościowe

Rodzaj badania: ewaluacyjne

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SPIS TREŚCI
PART ONE
Analytical Survey

1. A RELATIVELY (UN)FAVOURABLE EUROPEAN CONTEXT FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES ›

2. FEMALE EMPLOYMENT: SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS OF WORK DONE BY WOMEN
2.1. Different jobs, work and pay ›
2.2. Flexibility ›
2.3. Unemployment ›

3. WOMEN IN TRADE UNIONS
3.1. Specific characteristics of trade union activity ›
3.2. Variable trade union power ›
3.3. Women and trade unions
3.3.1. Women in trade union structures ›
3.3.2. Positive action in gender mainstreaming ›
4. EUROPEAN ENLARGEMENT
4.1. The context
4.1.1. The post-socialist woman: a difficult heritage to digest ›
4.1.2. A so-called “a-social” transition ›
4.2. “Self-portrait”: The gender of trade unionism in Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) ›
4.3. The androgynous involution of “enlarged” European trade unionism ›

PART TWO
Information on Methodology
INTRODUCTION ›
1. SURVEY OF NATIONAL TRADE UNION CONFEDERATIONS ›
2. INTERVIEWS WITH EUROPEAN INDUSTRY FEDERATIONS ›

PART THREE
Results of the Survey
1. National Trade Union Confederations : Results of the 2002 Survey ›
1.1. Female Membership
1.1.1. Women's membership in the different confederations. ›
1.1.2. Are there strategies to encourage the membership of atypical workers ? ›
TABLE 1: Women’s representation in Congress ›
1.2. Women’s Representation in decision making bodies
1.2.1. Strategies designed to increase the representation of women ›
1.2.2. The representation of women in decision-making bodies ›
1.2.3. Numbers of women in management positions in Confederations, Departments
Standing Policy Committees and/or standing working groups. ›
1.3. Women’s Committees - Women’s Departments - Women’s Conferences
1.3.1. Women’s Committees (TABLE 6) ›
1.3.2. Women’s Departments (TABLE 7) ›
1.3.3. Women’s Conferences (TABLE 7) ›
1.4. Actions to promote equal opportunities
1.4.1. Statutory aspects ›
1.4.2. Equality and collective bargaining › 48
1.4.3. Recently adopted policies on equal treatment for women and men ›
1.4.4. Gender Mainstreaming ›
1.4.5. Policies ensuring the participation of women in national and international level’s ›
1.4.6. Trade unions as employers ›
1.4.7. European cooperation ›
TABLE 2 : Representation of women in Executive Committees and Steering Committees and/or daily Management Boards ›
TABLE 3 : Representation of women in Confederation Decision Making Bodies ›
TABLE 4 : Women’s representation in Departments ›
TABLE 5 : Women’s representation in Advisory Committees ›
TABLE 6 : Women’s Committees ›
TABLE 7 : Women’s Departments and women’s Congress ›
TABLE 8 : The constitution and policies for the equal treatment of women and men ›
TABLE 9 : Representation of women in collective bargaining ›
TABLE 10 : Policy to promote representation / proactive measures ›
2. National Trade Union Confederations : comparative study 1993 à 2002
2.1. Overall changes in female membership rates and the representation of women in decision-making bodies
2.1.1. Changes in female membership rates ›
2.1.2. Changes in the proportion of women, their representation rates and the numbers
of women presidents in confederation decision-making bodies ›
2.2. Development of structures and mechanisms to guarantee the promotion of women’s interests
2.2.1. Development of a statutory commitment for gender equality ›
2.2.2. Development in the adoption of policies for the equal treatment of women and men
2.2.3. Development of women’s committees ›
2.2.4. Development of women’s departments ›
2.2.5. Development of women’s congresses and conferences ›
2.2.6. Development of positive action measures ›
2.2.7. Developments in the proportion of women in collective bargaining teams ›
TABLE 11 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Trade Union Membership and Congress Delegation
TABLE 12 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison
Executive Committee and Steering Committee and/or daily Management Board ›
TABLE 13 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Departments ›
TABLE 14 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Advisory Committees ›
TABLE 15 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Women’s Committees ›
TABLE 16 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Women’s Departments ›
TABLE 17 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Collective Bargaining ›
TABLE 18 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Constitution and Policies for Gender Equality ›
TABLE 19 : 1993-1999-2002 - Comparison : Positive action measures ›
3. European Industry Federations : 2002 interview results
Introduction ›
TABLE 1 : Sectors/sub-sectors ›
3.1. Female membership ›
TABLE 2 : Women members ›
3.1.1. Membership and atypical members ›
3.2. Women’s representation in decision-making bodies
3.2.1. Overall strategies to increase the representation of women ›
3.2.2. Strategies used for various decision-making bodies ›
3.2.3. The representation of women on the various decision-making bodies ›
TABLE 3 : Representation of women at Congress ›
TABLE 4 : Representation of women in the Executive Committee ›
TABLE 5 : Representation of women on Steering Committee ›
TABLE 6 : Representation of women in standing policy Committees and/or standing working groups ›
3.2.4. Women in management posts ›
TABLE 7 : Women in management posts ›
3.3. Women’s Committees - Women’s Departments - Women’s Conference ›
3.4. Constitutional provisions / equal opportunities policies / Gender Mainstreaming
3.4.1. Constitutional provisions ›
3.4.2. Equality policies ›
3.4.3. Gender Mainstreaming (GM) ›
3.5. Sectoral social dialogue - European Works Councils - European coordination of collective bargaining européenne des négociations collectives
3.5.1. Sectoral social dialogue ›
3.5.2. European Works Councils (EWC) ›
3.5.3. The European coordination of collective bargaining ›

PART FOUR
Recommendations
1. Recommendations for National Trade Union Confederations ›
2. Recommendations for European Industry Federations ›

PART FIVE
Annexes
ANNEX 1 : “Good Practices” ›
1. National Trade Union Confederations ›
2. European Industry Federations ›
ANNEX 2 : Questionnaire for National Trade Union Confederations ›
ANNEX 3 : Questionnaire for interviewing European Industry Federations ›
ANNEX 4 : List of National Trade Union Confederations and European Industry Federations who replied / did not reply ›
ANNEX 5 : Glossary of terms used ›

PART SIX
Bibliography
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