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Gender as a (still) significant qualifier of the labour market  structure. Gender differentiation and segregation of some key professions; The Example of  the Republic of Slovenia

Gender as a (still) significant qualifier of the labour market structure. Gender differentiation and segregation of some key professions; The Example of the Republic of Slovenia

This video was recorded at Freedom and Democracy: European Perceptions, European Perspectives. The conference will explore new European perceptions and perspectives of freedom, democracy and European citizenship, as related to European institutions, enlargements and treatises of the EU. Organizers: Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities Koper (University of Primorska, Slovenia) Department of Politics and International Relations, School of Humanities (Swansea University, UK) Seminar für Philosophie, Philosophische fakultät I (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany)

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