Miscellaneous - Portugal

Men and Women in Portugal 2010

29.05.2015 / Created by (EMWF)

This document aims at collecting, analysing and disseminating sex-disaggregated data to highlight the gaps between genders in Portuguese society. The indicators proposed cover numerous issues: population; family and marriage; education and training; employment and unemployment; reconciliation of professional and private life; health; crime and violence. 


  • Type of publication : Study / Report
  • Author : National Statistical Institute of Portugal
  • Publishing house : National Statistical Institute of Portugal
  • Publication date : 2010
  • Number of pages : 63
  • Language : Portuguese / English


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