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[IWS] EIRO: Social partners in audiovisual sector promote gender equality [3 February 2012]

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Social partners in audiovisual sector promote gender equality [3 February 2012]



The social partners represented in the sectoral social dialogue committee for the audiovisual sector have adopted a Framework of Actions on Gender Equality. At its plenary meeting on 27 October 2011, the committee acknowledged the influence the sector has on the lives of all Europeans and drew up an agreement that covers both gender portrayal in the sector’s output and furthering equality on issues such as pay, decision-making, and work–life balance in its own workplaces.



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