European Equality Law Review 2017/2

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Series Details 2017/2, Number 2
Publication Date December 2017
ISSN 2443-9606
EC DS-AY-17-002-EN-N
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This is the sixth issue of the biannual European equality law review, produced by the European network of legal experts in gender equality and non-discrimination (EELN). This issue provides an overview of legal and policy developments across Europe, and as far as possible reflects the state of affairs from 1 January to 30 June 2017. The aim of the EELN is to provide the European Commission and the general public with independent information regarding gender equality and non-discrimination law, and more specifically the transposition and implementation of the EU equality and non-discrimination directives. This issue contains four in-depth articles.

  • Melanie Regine Hack discusses mandatory retirement age(s) in Germany
  • Katayoun Alidadi's article explores gauging progress towards equality and the challenges and best practices of equality data collection in the EU
  • Marlies Vegter's contribution is concerned with a better work-life balance for the self-employed
  • In the final article, Catharina Germaine writes about the the growing importance of public procurement to achieve social goals
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