Equal opportunity

Career opportunities and wages are key areas where women still face disadvantages compared to men. We are still a long way from true gender equality in the workplace. But maintaining a work-life balance is difficult for mothers and fathers alike. And then there are those who face disadvantages on account of their ethnic background, religion, disability or age, who must also be integrated into the labour market with equal rights. At EZA, we use our education work to identify ways in which this can be done in a responsible manner, and how equal opportunity in the labour market can be improved.


Back to home and hearth? Aspiration and reality of the work-life balance rules
Young leaders
Kick-off seminar: priorities of the European social dialogue
Strengthening democracy through equality and social justice
Olanesti / RO
What are the conditions for developing areas without long-term unemployment?
New jobs in a different economic context: A blessing or disaster for social justice?


European Pillar of Social Rights – Quo Vadis?

Integration and inclusion in the labour market in the European Union

Mobility and migration: co-ordination of social security – a stabilising element for life and work in Europe

Europe 2020 – In-work poverty. Challenges for workers’ organisations

Social inclusion

Equal opportunities for women and men on the labour market