The World's Women 2020. Trends and Statistics
2020.10.27 106On the occasion of World Statistics Day, between 19-21 October was held the UN World Data Forum, during which a special session was dedicated to: Assessing progress towards gender equality using innovative approaches. The session focused on the launch of the Women’s World 2020: Trends and Statistics portal, to which the Republic of Moldova also contributed.
Rural women and their difficulties in everyday life
2020.10.15 45The importance and contribution of women from rural areas to the development of society was internationally appreciated by the establishment of the International Day of Rural Women by the UN General Assembly on 15th October. The vulnerability of rural women is explained by the area, conditions in which they live, but also by a number of stereotypes, by the distribution of roles in the family and in society between women and men, which persist particularly in rural communities.
Sustainable Development Goals & Me. Why do the SDGs matter to me?
2019.06.17 767The Sustainable Development Goals, provide a new global policy framework aiming at ending all forms of poverty, fighting inequalities and tackling climate change. They are divided into 17 goals, the topics addressed by them touch many parts of your life, the life of your family and friends as well as your country's future. Explore different goals and learn about the situation of European countries in the latest Eurostat digital publication "SDGs & me".
How different are we? Women and men of Moldova in figures
2019.03.07 1,121On the occasion of the International Women's Day, the National Bureau of Statistics publishes the Women's and Men's Statistical Portrait in the Republic of Moldova. The main findings show that women live longer than men, get married earlier and have a higher level of training than men. On the other hand, men have a higher employment rate, gain more and predominate at the decision-making level.
Gender Barometer: Women and Men in Politics and Decision-Making
2019.02.22 834The Gender Barometer is the first comprehensive study in Moldova that addresses women's and men's involvement in politics and decision-making. The study was aimed to elucidate gender-specific challenges in politics and the decision making process. Conclusions from the Gender Barometer are based on the achievement of three researches targeting voters, local female and male candidates and elected representatives.
Test your knowledge about gender equality in Moldova!
2018.08.20 945Verify how well you know the situation of women and men in the Republic of Moldova. UN Women has prepared a test for you!
How many women have become Nobel Prize laureates since the beginning of the 20th century by now?
2018.07.05 924Over a century later, little progress has been made reducing the gender gap in science. So far in the 2010s only 9% of winners have been female compared with 88% male (the rest were organisations). Throughout the history of the awards women have been most likely to win a Nobel Prize for Peace and Literature. There has only ever been 1 female winner for Economics and only 2 for Physics.
The life of women and men in Europe
2018.03.23 1,199There are large differences between the lives of women and men in Europe, but there are also similarities. This digital publication The life of women and men in Europe – a statistical portrait aims at comparing women and men in their daily lives. It also shows how similar or different the everyday life of women and men is in European countries.
How long it takes to close gender gap? Global Gender Parity (profile of the Republic of Moldova)
2018.03.13 1,254After a decade of slow but steady progress, the parity between sexes came to a halt in 2017. A total of 68% of the world’s gender gap is now closed, with the reversal driven by declining gender equality in the workplace and political representation.
International Women's Day
2018.03.06 1,004On the occasion of the International Women's Day, the National Bureau of Statistics publishes the Women's and Men's Statistical Portrait in the Republic of Moldova . The main findings show that although women have a higher level of education, women opt for higher education, they have lower employment rate than men, they earn lower wages and are under - represented at decision - making level .