Researchers at Tallinn University are conducting the REGE (http://rege.tlu.ee
) study. It aims to understand why Estonia has the largest gender pay gap in the European Union.
To help us better understand the gender pay gap – we would like to invite you to share your views and experiences related to the gender pay gap in Estonia. Participation in the study is anonymous.
As this is a sociological study, we will work towards more general solutions on the societal level, but we cannot provide help to address individual cases. If you seek legal advice about a potential case of discrimination, please contact the Gender Equality and Equal Treatment Commissioner (https://www.volinik.ee/?lang=en
), the Labour Inspectorate (https://www.ti.ee/en/home/
) or a trade union (https://www.eakl.ee/home
The study was commissioned by the Estonian Research Council and the Ministry of Social Affairs of the Republic of Estonia. The study was funded from the European Regional Development Fund through RITA programme under grant agreement no 7.2-2/19/2.