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Gender Equality in the Media Sector

17-01-2018

This study examines key elements of the European policy agenda pertaining to gender equality in the media sector. It also reviews existing research on women’s representation within media content and the media workforce. The study provides analysis of actions to promote gender equality in the media sector at both the EU and Member State levels. Finally, it presents case studies of gender equality in the media in four Member States: Austria, Malta, Sweden, and the UK.

This study examines key elements of the European policy agenda pertaining to gender equality in the media sector. It also reviews existing research on women’s representation within media content and the media workforce. The study provides analysis of actions to promote gender equality in the media sector at both the EU and Member State levels. Finally, it presents case studies of gender equality in the media in four Member States: Austria, Malta, Sweden, and the UK.

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Katie McCracken, Director, Opcit Research Dr. Ana FitzSimons, Senior Researcher, Opcit Research Dr. Sarah Priest, Senior Researcher, Opcit Research Sylvia Girstmair Researcher, Opcit Research Professor Brenda Murphy, Professor of Gender Studies, University of Malta

Gleicher Mehrwertsteuersatz für gedruckte Veröffentlichungen und elektronische Veröffentlichungen

24-05-2017

Am 1. Dezember 2016 verabschiedete die Kommission einen Vorschlag zur Mehrwertsteuer auf Bücher, Zeitungen und Zeitschriften, mit dem die geltende Mehrwertsteuerrichtlinie geändert und die Möglichkeit, einen ermäßigten Steuersatz anzuwenden, auf alle Veröffentlichungen ausgeweitet werden soll, unabhängig davon, ob es sich dabei um gedruckte oder digitale Veröffentlichungen handelt. Im Mai soll im Plenum über den Bericht zu diesem Anhörungsverfahren abgestimmt werden.

Am 1. Dezember 2016 verabschiedete die Kommission einen Vorschlag zur Mehrwertsteuer auf Bücher, Zeitungen und Zeitschriften, mit dem die geltende Mehrwertsteuerrichtlinie geändert und die Möglichkeit, einen ermäßigten Steuersatz anzuwenden, auf alle Veröffentlichungen ausgeweitet werden soll, unabhängig davon, ob es sich dabei um gedruckte oder digitale Veröffentlichungen handelt. Im Mai soll im Plenum über den Bericht zu diesem Anhörungsverfahren abgestimmt werden.

Deterrence of Fraud with EU Funds through Investigative Journalism in EU-27

15-08-2012

The study depicts the state of investigative journalism in the 27 EU member states, with a focus on Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Spain, UK and a special focus on the interaction between European institutions and investigative journalists. It illustrates conditions promoting or impeding good investigative journalism in general, and in particular for reporting on fraud with EU funds and revenues. It recommends: a swift implementation of workable freedom of information laws across the EU, comprehensiveness ...

The study depicts the state of investigative journalism in the 27 EU member states, with a focus on Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Spain, UK and a special focus on the interaction between European institutions and investigative journalists. It illustrates conditions promoting or impeding good investigative journalism in general, and in particular for reporting on fraud with EU funds and revenues. It recommends: a swift implementation of workable freedom of information laws across the EU, comprehensiveness of data provided by EU bodies and member states on their spending, targeted training for journalists, promotion of investigative centres and more cooperation between journalists and officials at EU and national levels, this in view of advanced transparency and helping citizens to understand the added value of EU spending.

Externe Autor

Principal author : Margo Smit (Fonds Pascal Decroos, Vereniging van Onderzoeksjournalisten) , Co-authors : Brigitte Alfter, Mar Cabra, Annamarie Cumiskey, Ides Debruyne, Marcos García Rey, Rafael Njotea, Albrecht Ude

Evaluation of Information and Awareness-Raising Strategy on European Integration in Poland

01-02-2003

The report analyses and evaluates the informational, educational, and promotional 'Euro-initiatives' being launched in Poland. It describes activities which will raise the level of awareness in Polish society as regards European integration and build up support for Poland’s accession to the European Union. These activities were taken up by various institutions, such as governmental and non-governmental organisations, Church, trade unions, colleges and universities, and the media. They were financed ...

The report analyses and evaluates the informational, educational, and promotional 'Euro-initiatives' being launched in Poland. It describes activities which will raise the level of awareness in Polish society as regards European integration and build up support for Poland’s accession to the European Union. These activities were taken up by various institutions, such as governmental and non-governmental organisations, Church, trade unions, colleges and universities, and the media. They were financed by the government, EU institutions, Polish and foreign foundations as well as by various organisations themselves. The report tackles mainly the initiatives taken up in the year 2000. However, the research, analyses of the results, and drawn up recommendations refer to a longer period of the years 1998-2000, when the Polish Government formulated a national strategy of informing the Polish society about European integration, and when the number of 'Euro-initiatives' grew rapidly.

Externe Autor

Instytut Spraw Publicznych (Institute of Public Affairs), Warsaw

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