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Gender

Gender

Much work has been done on the disparities between men and women in the workplace. However, these disparities continue to eixst and thus, a focused examination of these issues continues to be important.

Scottish Executive

  • Men and Women in Scotland: A Statistical Profile (2001) Publication of statistics disaggregated by gender which contributes to meeting the commitments which the Scottish Executive gave in the Equality Strategy to developing better statistics that provide information for different equality groups. See specifically Chapter 4: Labour Market
  • Men and Women in Scotland: A Statistical Profile (2001) Publication of statistics disaggregated by gender which contributes to meeting the commitments which the Scottish Executive gave in the Equality Strategy, published in November 2000, to developing better statistics that provide information for different equality groups. See specifically Chapter 5: Income and Wealth
  • Scottish Household Survey Bulletin No.5: 4. Economic Activity (2001) This section focuses on the economic activity of the adult population, particularly any differences between men and women.
  • Women & Men in the Professions in Scotland (2001) Examines the level of women's participation and recognition in their profession, and reviews the research and initiatives undertaken by professional organisations to improve equality of opportunity for women since 1995.
  • Women & Transport: Moving Forward (2000) A set of draft guidance for central and local government transport policy makers to assist in considering and removing the key barriers currently affecting women transport users in the development of future transport policy. See specifically Social Exclusion & Employment, Sections 1.15-1.18
  • Women & Transport: Moving Forward (2000) A set of draft guidance for central and local government transport policy makers to assist in considering and removing the key barriers currently affecting women transport users in the development of future transport policy. See specifically Women on Low Incomes, Sections 3.84-3.86
  • Women & Transport: Moving Forward (2000) A set of draft guidance for central and local government transport policy makers to assist in considering and removing the key barriers currently affecting women transport users in the development of future transport policy. See specifically Women's Employment, Sections 2.31-2.44

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