Promoting Rights, Diversity and Equality (pride)



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Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the World of Work

- The case of the ILO’s “Promoting Rights, Diversity and Equality (PRIDE)” Project in Hungary
Presenting Author: Ms Judit Takacs

Additional Authors: Mr Ned Lawton and Ms Gudrun Jevne

Organisation /affiliations and address details of presenting author: Institute of Sociology, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, H-1250 Budapest, P.O. Box 20, Hungary.

Organization /affiliations and address details of additional authors: Bureau for Gender Equality, International Labour Organization, Route des Morillons 4, 1211 Geneva, Switzerland.





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