Gender equality on and off stage: resources on gender equality

Gender equality on and off stage: resources on gender equality

UNI Europa has teamed up with workers and employers organisations in the live performance sector to launch a website dedicated to findings and resources on gender equality.

The website includes a database of good practice examples on gender equality in the live performance sector across Europe, as well as recordings of the Gender Equality Thursdays, a series of webinars which took place in the autumn of 2021. The website is available in four languages: English, French, Spanish and Polish.

This is part of a recently-concluded joint project on gender equality of the European Social Partners in the Live Performance sector. They Pearle*-Live Performance Europe on the employers’ side and EAEA-European Arts and Entertainment Alliance including FIA (International Federation of Actors), FIM (International Federation of Musicians) and UNI MEI representing workers in the sector.

The project ran from February 2020 to January 2022 and allowed for meaningful exchanges between social partners across Europe, as well as provided a comprehensive overview on the situation of gender equality in this sector. The European Social Partners in the Live Performance sector will continue to work together on this topic and to build on the resources on the website, to make the live performance sector more equal and inclusive.

Please see the attached joint press release by EAEA and Pearle for more information.

 

Meetings & Events

2022

06

Oct

ICTS Steering Committee

ICT & Related Services

Timetable TBC

06

Oct

Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee Temporary Agency Plenary Meeting

Agency Workers

Venue and Timing: TBC

10

Oct

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11

Oct

ICTS Workshop -EU project VS 2021 0041

ICT & Related Services

Cross sectoral EU project “Eliminating violence and harassment in the world of work”

The first session on 10 October 2022 (from 13h30 – 17H30 CET) will be a workshop providing general information on the topic of violence and harassment at work and the different tools that social partners have to prevent this.
The second session on 11 October 2022 (from 10h00 – 13h00 CET) will focus on the sector-specific issues and best practices in this context.
The objective of this meeting is to provide sectoral input for the UNI Europa Equal Opportunities project and for the declaration on violence to be drafted by the Telecom Social Dialogue Committee.