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2 National Union of Eritrean Workers: General conditions of Eritrean women factory workers (A case study of Asmara area), (Addis Ababa. 1995), Ch. 3.4.
3 European Commission Network on Childcare: Leave arrangements for workers with children: A review of leave arrangements in Member Slates of the European Union and Austria. Finland, Norway and Sweden, document no. V/773/94-EN (Brussels, 1994), p. 32.
4 ibid., p. 34.
5 European Parliament. Directorate-General for Research: Central and Eastern European women: A portrait. Womens Rights Series No. W-8 (Brussels, 1995).
7 OECD: Chapter 5: Long-term leave for parents in OECD countries, in Employment Outlook (Paris, July 1995), p. 179.
8 OECD: Employment Outlook (Paris, July 1993). p. 134.
9 J. Rubery, M. Smith and P. Fagen: Occupational segregation of men and women and atypical work in the European Union, document no. V/5619/95-EN (Brussels, European Commission, 1995), p. 1.
10 Kamerman and Kahn, op. cit., p. 36.
11 OECD: Employment Outlook, 1995, op. cit., p. 187.
12 European Commission Network on Childcare: Leave arrangements for workers with children, op. cit.. pp. 25-26.
13 OECD: Employment Outlook, 1995. op. cit., p. 187.
15 European Commission Network on Childcare: Leave arrangements for workers with children, op. cit.. p. 13.
16 Information provided to the ILO by the Womens Division of the Austrian Metal Trades, Mining and Energy Workers Union, March 1997.
17 Council Directive 96/34/EC of 3 June 1996 on the framework agreement on parental leave concluded by UNICE, CEEP and the ETUC, in Official Journal of the European Communities (Brussels, 19 June 1996), No. L.145. pp. 4-9.
18 Incomes Data Services: Pay and conditions in Germany 1996, IDS International Documents (London, 1996).
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20 European Commission Network on Childcare. Leave arrangements for workers with children, op. cit., p. 26.
21 Paternity leave continues to improve, in Labour Research (London, Jan. 1987), Vol. 86, No. 1,p.32.