• Executive Summary
  • Aims and structure of the study
  • Main findings: the Strategy’s achievements, strength, weaknesses, and value added
  • Relevance of the Strategy and emerging Challenges
  • Suggestions for a post 2015 strategy
  • 1. Background, aim and structure of the report
  • 2. Strategy achievements and the progress made towards the objectives
  • 2.1 The Strategy intervention rationale
  • 2.2 The strategy overall achievements and value added
  • 2.3 Achievements, relevance and value added by priority area
  • 3. Analysis of the EU added-valued of the Strategy based on the reactions, inputs or follow-up shown by key stakeholders in relation to the Strategy’s key actions
  • 3.1 Reactions, inputs or follow-up shown by key stakeholders in relation to the Strategy’s key priorities and actions
  • 3.2 The added value of the Strategy for Equality between women and men in Europe
  • 3.3 Assessment of the strategy priorities
  • 3.4 Internal coherence of strategy and coherence within the EU policy framework
  • 3.5 Main strengths and weaknesses of the strategy according to HLG members and Ministers
  • 4. The Role of funding for gender equality
  • 4.1 Gender equality in the 2007-2013 EU programmes
  • 4.2 The 2014-2020 period and gender issues
  • 4.3 Conclusions
  • 5. Conclusions
  • 5.1 The Strategy’s achievements, value added, strengths and weaknesses
  • 5.2 Relevance of the Strategy and emerging Challenges
  • 5.3 Suggestions for a post-2015 strategy
  • References
  • ANNEXES
  • Annex I
  • Annex 2
  • Annex 3