4 edition of Equality Oriented Personnel Policy in the Public Sector (International Institute of Administrative Sciences Monographs) found in the catalog.
January 1, 2000
by IOS Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Sarah Nelen (Editor), Annie Hondeghem (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
From He-cession to She-(au)sterity Initial recession hit male employment- concentrated in manufacturing and construction Reduction in gender gaps through levelling down Women account for a much higher share of the public sector than the private sector (% compared to %) Next phase of austerity measures can be expected to widen. This book addresses the demographic changes to the labor force and workplace and the ways in which government employers are managing the imminently diverse populations that now fill public sector by:
THE POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY 3 FOREWORD The Western Australian Government is committed to a public sector that takes pride in the provision of services to a diverse community. The Government appreciates the achievement of the public sector thus far in this regard. Diversity amongst public. This quick start guide is intended to help public. sector organisations understand a key measure in the Act – the. public sector Equality Duty, which came into force on 5 April The Equality Duty ensures that all public bodies play their part in making society fairer by tackling discrimination and providing equality of opportunity for all.
Public Sector Equality Duty. The Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) requires public bodies to have due regard to the need to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations between different people when carrying out their activities. DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR INTERNAL POLICIES POLICY DEPARTMENT C: CITIZENS' RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND GENDER EQUALITY Gender Equality Plans in the private and public sectors in the European Union STUDY Abstract This study aims to map existing Gender Equality Plans (GEPs) in the public andFile Size: 1MB.
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This book is the result of the cooperation on a European level between both academics and civil servants active in this policy field. It wants to contribute to a more effective equality oriented personnel policy which takes into account recent policy insights and developments regarding gender, equality and personnel : Hardcover.
Review of Public Personnel Administration 1, Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data Author: Maria Chavez-Pringle. Some Instruments for an Equality Oriented Personnel Policy \/ Annie Hondeghem and Sarah Nelen -- pt. Case Studies in Five Government Administrations -- 1.
Belgium: The realisation of target figures for the number of men and women in the federal ministries \/ Maria De Leeuw, Jacques Druart and Annemie Morris \/ [and others] -- 2. Equality oriented personnel policy in the public sector CONTENTS PREFACE: VII INTRODUCTION By: Annie Hondeghem, Sarah Nelen 1 PART 1: RECENT TRENDS IN PUBLIC PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND GENDER CONSEQUENCES By: Annie Hondeghem, Sarah Nelen 4 1.
From Public Administration to New Public Management 4 2. From personnel administration to personnel. Title: Flanders: Gender in Balance: an action research to integrate gender in the personnel policy of the Flemish government administrationCited by: 1. Review of Public Personnel Administration 1, Book Review: Equality Oriented Personnel Policy in the Public Sector Show details Building new competencies for government administrators and managers in an era of public sector Show details.
Articles Citing this One: 2. Public Author: Roddrick A. Colvin. Equality and Equity through progrEssivE public-sEctor spEnding 3 an innovation CyCle figure 1: Procurement Generic Model Version: r i s k m an g e m e n t identification of need • Procurement start up.
• Stakeholder consultation. • What is the customer trying to achieve. risk allocation • identification and assessment of risks. The essays in this book have also been published, without introduction and index, in the semiannual journal Equality. Daniel L. Bennett and Public Policy, Higher Education, Richard K.
Vedder and Income Inequality in the United Equality and Public Policy. Size: KB. The research also looks at best practice examples from across the world on drafting, monitoring and enforcing equality duties.
Research was carried out by NatCen Social Research. We will be using the research and its findings to develop a policy on the specific duties, to make sure they continue to be effective in tackling discrimination and. There are eight guides giving advice on the public sector equality duty in Scotland: 1.
The Essential guide to the public sector equality duty 2. Equality outcomes and the public sector equality duty 3. Evidence and the public sector equality duty 4.
Involvement and the public sector equality duty 5. Equality oriented personnel policy in the public sector edited by Sarah Nelen and Annie Hondeghem. by Hondeghem, Annie | Nelen, Sarah. Material type: Book; Format: print ; Nature of contents: Publisher: Amsterdam IOS Press Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: K N32/11] (1).
Add to cart. The creation of devolved assemblies and parliaments for Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland in recent years has empowered governments in each country to promote equality of opportunity for their citizens.
Equality and Public Policy explores the effects of that constitutional change in the fields of public policy and law, analyzing legal and policy approaches designed to end enduring patterns.
The Public sector equality duty came in to force in April (s of the Equality Act ) and public authorities like the Ministry of Justice are now required, in carrying out their. This report highlights examples of approaches which can work to advance gender equality goals in public administration, and proposes policy and programming recommendations for further action, including specific entry points for the United Nations Development Programme to advance women’s equal participation in public administration.
Gender Equality & Public Sector Capacity Development: Tipsheet #2: “Gender mainstreaming” – what. why. how. In short, gender mainstreaming is a strategy to achieve more effective action by governments (and other actors) in support of the development goal of gender equality.
It is a strategy that has beenFile Size: KB. Public Sector Equality Duty The Equality Act replaced all previous discrimination law.
It has simplified the law and extends protection from discrimination in some areas. School must adhere to the following: Protection against discrimination is extended to pupils who are pregnant or who have.
The Equality Act says public authorities must comply with the public sector equality is in addition to their duty not to discriminate against you.
The duty aims to make sure public authorities think about things like discrimination and the needs of people who are disadvantaged or suffer inequality, when they make decisions about how they provide their services and implement.
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Equality Act Schedule 19 (consolidated) - April Easy Read: The Equality Act - making equality real Public sector: quick start guide to the public sector Equality Duty. EQUALITY-ORIENTED HORIZONTAL POLICIES IN SOUTH AFRICAN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT Christian Helmrich* Dr.
jur., Ass. Jur., LL.M. Scientific assistant, University of Regensburg 1 Introduction The state1 is an important actor in most countries’ economy. In both developed2 and developing3 countries public procurement, i.e. the acquisition of goods and.Conference Stream: Public Policy Key Words: Career, equal opportunity, family-friendly policy, gender equality, leadership.
Introduction Equality legislation, many argue, has today become counter-productive. This legislation has shown little impact on the division of labour by gender in homes and in workplaces.
The Government has published a guide on the Equality Act ’s specific public sector equality duties, in order to help public organisations in their ic equality duties are intended to aid public authorities in complying with the general equality duty, which is aimed at ensuring that all public bodies play their part in tackling discrimination .