Beijing + 25: the fifth review of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action in the EU Member States
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This report was developed by the research & statistics team of the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE): Jakub Caisl, Davide Barbieri, Simon Carpentier, Domiziana Ciacchella, Blandine Mollard, Vytautas Peciukonis, Maria Belen Pilares, Dr Jolanta Reingardė and Dr Lina Salanauskaitė. The report is based on a study prepared by the research team of ICF SA and Alphametrics Ltd: Lucy Arora, Duncan Coughtrie, Marielle Feenstra, Dr Paula Franklin, Dr Andy Fuller, Dr Živa Humer, Evelyn Jager, Prof Dr Vlasta Jalušič, Dr Rense Nieuwenhuis, Inkeri Tanhua and Irina Ulcica. Special thanks go to Ulrike Röhr for developing the chapter on Women and the Environment. The research efforts that went into this report were coordinated by Jakub Caisl with the support of Domiziana Ciacchella (EIGE), together with Lucy Arora (ICF SA) and Dr Andy Fuller (Alphametrics Ltd.). Many thanks to other colleagues at EIGE for their valuable contributions and comments throughout the report development: Cristina Fabre, Barbara Limanowska, Helena Morais Maceira, Jurgita Pečiūrienė, Vasiliki Saini, and Katarzyna Wolska-Wrona. The administrative and communications support from colleagues at EIGE was also very much appreciated. The following individuals are thanked for their role in reviewing the report and making other important research contributions: Ludovica Anedda, Prof Carlo Barone, Dr Ioana Borza, Carla Bros Sabria, Susan Buckingham, Dr Meghan Campbell, Nazia Chowdhury, Dr Barbara Helfferich, Facundo Herrera, Borbála Juhász, Sabine Mandl, Dr Katerina Mantouvalou, Prof Jill Marshall, Nathalie Meurens, Rebecca Mitchell, Tom Mount, Gráinne Murphy, Gurbet Ogur, Louise Olsson, Claudia Padovani, Prof Giovanni Razzu, Dr Karen Barnes Robinson, Eleni Roidou, Prof Karen Ross, Dr Helmut Sax, Dr Marsha Scott, Prof Maria Stratigaki, Daria Ukhova and Marta Vohlídalová. Dr Irene Riobóo Lestón (Rey Juan Carlos University) is also thanked for her contributions to the statistical elements of the report. The report greatly benefited from expert advice received from participants in EIGE’s expert consultation meeting held on 7 May 2019, the Finnish governmental gender equality body, and the European Commission, in particular the Gender Equality Unit at the DG JUST and the High Level Group on Gender Mainstreaming.