The economic disparities between men and women in the European Union over the past five years, has become greater rather than smaller. A report published by Eurostat, the so-called sustainable development goals, turns out Monday is that of the member states in the field of gender equality has gone a step back.
now, with The sustainable goals or the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are to be displayed in a list of sixteen points on which the Union and the lives of its citizens, more equal, and the better will be the result. There is, for example, that poverty reduction should be, and that everyone has a decent education in schools.
the European Union and the moderate progress has been made, said the statistics agency. In terms of the pursuit of justice and peace, and the eradication of poverty and the promotion of health and well-being scores, and the union is at its best.
But the targets are not coming, and that gender disparities are even more out of hit. According to Eurostat, it is problematic that, in particular, on average, women are less to work with, because they have more time to spend on health care.