Gender Equality: Before and After the Enlargement of EU: The Case of the Czech Republic

@article{Koldinsk2007GenderEB,
  title={Gender Equality: Before and After the Enlargement of EU: The Case of the Czech Republic},
  author={Kristina Koldinsk{\'a}},
  journal={European Economics: Labor \& Social Conditions eJournal},
  year={2007}
}
  • Kristina Koldinská
  • Published 1 March 2007
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • European Economics: Labor & Social Conditions eJournal
This article focuses on the case of the Czech Republic as an example of historical determination of the post-communist society in central Europe. It looks at the Czech Republic as an example of a society harmonising its legislation with EU law, focusing on the impact on changes in 'gender issue'. The article discuses the strugle for equality between men and women as a strugle for freedom and for real democracy. 

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