Equality - Women in the Central - Eastern Europe - project realized by Ingrid, Mihai, Tudor, Stefan (RO) in the first year project

Date: 2006-04-22

This paper attempts to describe the development of the legal and empirical situation regarding equal treatment and opportunities for men and women in three countries of Central Europe which have applied to join the European Union, namely Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.
The transition in these countries to liberal regimes and market economies is involving a radical change in their political, economic and social structures.
The reports produced by the Commission of the European Communities following the Application by these countries to join the European Union are extremely brief as regards equal opportunities and treatment between men and women, particularly if we bear in mind the complexity of the extent of the polemic it arouses in the European Union itself.

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Women in Central-Eastern Europe.pdf