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Equal opportunities and equal rights for women workers under socialism.

Equal opportunities and equal rights for women workers under socialism.

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Published by Sofia Press in [Sofia] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe, Eastern.,
  • Europe, Eastern
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- Employment -- Europe, Eastern.,
    • Women -- Europe, Eastern -- Economic conditions.,
    • Women -- Europe, Eastern -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesRavni vŭzmozhnosti i ravni prava na trudeshtite se zheni pri sot͡s︡ializma.
      ContributionsIvanova, Svetla.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD6134.7 .E67 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination33 p. ;
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2459207M
      LC Control Number87163935

        A more equal society would mean everyone has shelter, healthcare, education, food and time to rest and play as well as work. It would mean not discriminating on grounds of Author: Jo Littler. The best way I've heard it explained is that under socialism, wages would be democratically decided upon. The civil engineer would get more if their fellow workers decided they should get more. The cashier would probably get less, but they would at least have greater bargaining power, since their cashier colleagues would be part of the decision.

        Equal Opportunity vs. Equal Outcome. because God created us and gave us intrinsic value that we speak of in terms of ‘rights’ language. Equality of opportunity more simply describes some of our rights and how we are all equal before the law. This type of equality is not inconsistent with liberty, but “an essential component of liberty. It stands for equal opportunities for participation of all in the political process. This involves the concept of grant of equal political rights for all the citizens with some uniform qualifications for everyone. 5. Economic Equality: Economic equality does not mean equal treatment or equal reward or equal .

      Utopian socialism is the first current of modern socialism and socialist thought as exemplified by the work of Henri de Saint-Simon, Charles Fourier, Étienne Cabet, Robert Owen and Henry George. Utopian socialism is often described as the presentation of visions and outlines for imaginary or futuristic ideal societies, with positive ideals being the main reason for moving society in such a.   In , Defense Secretary Ash Carter opened more military jobs to women, specifically combat arms roles. Last year, the first two female officers made it through the rigorous Army Ranger School, in Fort Benning, Georgia. Woman are striving for equal promotion to the highest echelon of the military. Some savvy go getters have succeeded, standing shoulder to shoulder with their top brass .


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The Best Books For Women’s Equality Day. It’s about working to ensure that girls and women worldwide have equal opportunities to education and employment, that they can live free from. The book touches on possible areas that need to be addressed: legal and property rights (including the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)), education for all, emphasizing that the empowerment of women has /5(5).

Women in the Workplace: Wages, Respect, and Equal Rights is a decent book for discussing workplace and wider social inequities with both your high school aged sons and daughters.

It's a nice overview, and can be read in a single sitting (i.e., the main text weighs in at 99 pages).3/5. Equal: equal rights for working women Contributor Names (Some images display only as thumbnails outside the Library of Congress because of rights considerations, but you have access to larger size images on site.) Women and work collection.

Women constitute 86 per cent of all part-time workers; 41 per cent of all women work less than 30 hours a week (which is how government defines part-time work) and the number of part-time workers doubled between and Beverly Dawn Metcalfe Marianne Afanassieva, (),"Gender, work, and equal opportunities in central and eastern Europe", Women in Management Review, V ol.

20 Iss 6 pp. Of those women, 70 percent work as a matter of economic need. In total, 18 percent of U.S. households are headed by women who are the primary sources of income for their families.

These numbers point to the fact that free access to work is a necessity for many women, and that equal rights legislation allows many women to have substantial careers. The common application of feminism is seeking equal opportunities for women as it is with men in terms of educational and professional opportunities.

For example, there have been feminist movements that have been campaigning for the rights of women to vote, work, get equal salaries with men, and hold public offices.

Its exchange value is equal to the sum total of the exchange values of all those commodities necessary to produce and reproduce the labour power of the worker and his or her family. The use value of labour power is its value creating capacity which capitalist enterprises buy and put to work.

"equal rights feminism", principally concerned with promoting individual rights and achieving equal opportunities for women through legal and social reforms. Instrumental Roles held by a father or husband whom are seen as breadwinners, hard-working, tough, and competitive.

Much of the work of the Women’s Liberation Movement was not for equal pay per se, but to get women’s skills and abilities, as well as responsibilities for dependents, valued at the same level as men’s.

This radical shift in attitudes towards women workers would bring, it was hoped, equal pay and conditions along with it. WOMEN - POLITICS - EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES since the first and second elections in most post-socialist CEE countries, the participation of women in national and party poli- relating to the position of women and demands for more rights for women and for equal opportunities policies are faced with problems on three fronts.

Not only do they File Size: KB. Myths About Socialism: Under Socialism, is Everyone Equal. By The Red Phoenix on Novem • (0) This is one of the most common myths about socialism, often trotted out to explain why socialism “doesn’t work,” how it goes against “human nature,” that there is a lack of incentive to work, and so on.

In the United States, for example, it is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; in Britain, there is the Equality of Opportunity Committee as well as the Equality and Human Rights Commission; in Canada, the Royal Commission on the Status of Women has "equal opportunity as its precept"; and in China, the Equal Opportunities Commission handles matters regarding ethnic prejudice.

In Engels’s over-optimistic extrapolation from the employment of women in the textile industry, this process was already well underway; in August Bebel’s Women and Socialism, emancipation through work had to be combined with a program for socializing domestic labor.

Instead of each woman being condemned to her own private oven and sink, there would be central kitchens and public laundries. Women made progress toward equal opportunities through demonstrations, lawsuits and the National Organization for Women (NOW).

Use the graphic organizer to summarize how groups of Americans struggled for equality. Preparing for Ohio’s American History State File Size: KB. The Equal Pay Act requires equal pay for equal work.

A federal law, the Equal Pay Act (EPA), requires employers to pay men and women equally for doing the same work -- equal pay for equal work. The Equal Pay Act was passed in as an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act and can be found at 29 U.S.C. §   The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Act – Benefits, Rights and Responsibilities 2.

The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Act, implemented by the Federal government, applies to private employers, labor organizations, employment agencies, and educational institutions under states and Federal governments.

Women Workers Struggle For Their Rights. Alexandra Kollontai 1. The Socialist Movement of Women Workers in Different Countries.

One might think that there could be no clearer or more well-defined notion than that of a ‘women’s socialist movement’. Functional ranking — the tendency to depict men in executive. roles and as more functional when collaborating with women, 2.

Relative size — the tendency to depict men as taller and larger. than women, except when women are clearly superior in social. status. Equal Rights (born equal) Equality of Opportunity Equality of Outcome - mainly held by fundamentalist socialists: rewards should be based on the value of each person's contribution.

Equality of welfare - everybody should have a minimum standard of living (mainly supported by social democrats as they believe inequality is inevitable. This article examines gender, work and equal opportunities (EO) in five central eastern European (CEE) candidates to an enlarged European Union Cited by: women’s citizenship rights during these years.

It is argued that despite the prevalence of Catholic social teaching, women did assert their citizenship rights and in doing so reclaimed their right to equal citizenship. Under the Proclamation, Irishwomen were given equal citizenship, equal rights and equal opportunities.