Relative reports to the inequality of gender in the world elaborated by international organisms.
ISpain gender human development indexes. Report prepared by the Valencian Institute of economic research (IVIE), published in 2011. It details the inequality between men and women in Spain drawn from the traditional and alternative gender development indices.
Global report of Inequality of Gender: 2010 of the World-wide Economic Forum (complete report in English) It analyses the inequalities between men and women on the base of four categorias fundamental: economic capacity and opportunities, educational level, political power, health and hope of life. From the the data obtained establishes a ranking of "equality of gender" by paises, in which Spain occupies the put number 11.
Report of the IV World-wide Conference of United Nations on the Woman (Beijing, 1995) The IV World-wide Conference of UNITED NATIONS on the Woman, realised in Beijing in September of 1995, approved the "Statement of Beijing" and a Platform "of Action". The Statement engaged to the governments to impulsar, before the end of the 20th century, the agreed strategies in Nairobi in 1985 (III World-wide Conference) and to movilizar resources for the realisation of the platform. The Platform of Action of Beijing is the most complete document produced by a conference of United Nations in relation with the rights of the women.
Beijing + 5 (New York, 2000). Five years after the IV World-wide Conference, the General Assembly of United Nations celebrated an extraordinary period of sessions to evaluate the advances of the Platform of Action.
Beijing + 10 (New York, 2005). Diez years after the IV World-wide Conference, delegated of United Nations, Governments and ONG gather to review the attainments realised and adopt a resolution restating the commitments and the Platform of Action of Beijing.
Beijing + 15 (New York, 2010) Of the 1 to the 12 of March of 2010 has celebrated the third meeting of review of the advances of the Platform of Action of Beijing, 15 years after his approval by United Nations.