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Fighting the gender pay gap
Employment | Runtime: n/a
Fighting the gender pay gap
    Women earn an average of 17% less than men in the European Union, though this figure varies widely between countries and professions, and is usually greater in the private sector. The difference...
03-05-2010  | 3887 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
Expect the unexpected – Anyone for a pancake?
Employment | Runtime: 0'48"
Expect the unexpected – Anyone for a pancake?
    Download this professional clip for free of charge and copyrightOver 188 million people have the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). Do you? Young people often want to travel or need...
01-27-2010  | 7363 Hits |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
Poverty is still a reality in Europe
Employment | Runtime: 08'45''
Poverty is still a reality in Europe
    Almost 80 million people, of which 19 million are children, live below the poverty line in the EU. Despite an improvement in overall living standards over the past decade, poverty and social...
12-09-2009  | 18325 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
Parental leave – Increased possibilities for European fathers
    Balancing work and a harmonious family life can be a real challenge; one where parental leave can play a crucial role. On 30 November, a directive implementing the EU social partners’...
11-23-2009  | 9111 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
Social Security coordination in Europe – new measures to serve mobile citizens
    There are around 10 million mobile citizens in Europe, which represents about 2% of the population. These are people of a different nationality to the country in which they live or work. To make life...
10-12-2009  | 10958 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information