Wfa Equality Regulations Wfa-Glstv

Original Language Title: WFA-Gleichstellungsverordnung – WFA-GlstV

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498. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Women and Public Service on the assessment of the impact on effective equality between women and men in the context of impact-oriented impact assessment of regulatory projects and other Projects (WFA-Gender Equality Regulation-WFA-GlstV)

On the basis of § 17 paragraph 3 Z 3 of the Federal Act on the Leadership of the Federal Budget (Federal Budget Act 2013-BHG 2013), BGBl. I n ° 139/2009, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 62/2012, is to be arranged in agreement with the Federal Chancellor and the Federal Minister for Finance:

Subject matter

§ 1. (1) This Regulation regulates the assessment of the impact on effective equality between women and men in the context of impact-oriented impact assessment according to § 17 BHG 2013.

(2) It contains methodological requirements for the simplified and in-depth assessment of the effects of regulatory projects and projects of exceptional financial significance in accordance with § 58 (2) BHG 2013.

Simplified Estimation

§ 2. Within the framework of the simplified assessment, the following requirements shall be applied in accordance with Appendix 1 to examine whether the impact of effective equality between women and men is likely to be significantly affected. For this purpose, the corresponding materiality criteria of the WFA-Grundsatzverordnung (WFA-Grundsatzverordnung, WFA-GV) are to be used.

In-depth estimation

§ 3. In the context of the in-depth assessment, the expected significant impact on the effective equality of women and men in accordance with the requirements in Appendix 2 more precisely.

entry into force

§ 4. This Regulation shall enter into force 1. Jänner 2013 in force.

Heinisch-Hosek

Appendix 1 to § 2

Simplified assessment of the impact on effective equality between women and men

The simplified estimation shall include answers to the following questions:

Action Dimension Actual equality between women and men

Questions

Has the scheme/project

Direct benefits

1. effects on direct services (in particular transfers, subsidies, subsidies, goods, for example in the fields of infrastructure and mobility, services, grants, loans, guarantees, promotional capital) to undertakings, legal or Natural persons?

Education, employment and income

2. the impact on general or vocational training, employment or income of women and men?

Unpaid Work

3. effects on the performance and distribution of unpaid work (in particular childcare, care, volunteering)?

Public revenue

4. effects on public revenue (taxes, duties, fees)?

Decision-making processes and bodies

5. The impact on participation in decision-making processes or the composition of decision-making bodies?

Physical and mental health

6. The effects on the physical or mental health of women and men (e.g. protection from violence)?

Appendix 2 to § 3

In-depth assessment of the impact on real equality between women and men

The in-depth estimation shall include answers to the following questions:

1. Direct services

Subject to the scheme/project

In-depth questions

1.1. Direct services to natural persons?

1.1.a. Potentially affected groups by gender

1.1.b. Use of performance

1.1.c. Sonder and/or Derogations

1.1.d. Impact of direct performance on equality between women and men

1.2. Direct services to companies or legal persons?

1.2.a. Changes in the employment and income situation in the institution concerned/the affected area

1.2.b. Impact of performance on equality between women and men

1.2.c. Users of the beneficiary institution as well as indirect beneficiaries/beneficiaries of the institution

2. Education, employment and income

Has the scheme/project impact

In-depth questions

2.1. on the unselfemployed activity of women and men?

2.1.a. Effects on the employment of women and men in employment (e.g. full-time and part-time jobs, fixed positions, vacant service contracts, work contracts, management positions)

2.2. If the regulatory or other project or measure is appropriate, access to education or training, the choice of education, the participation of education and training

2.2.a. Effects on the participation of women and men in education (e.g. affected school types, gender differences, number of new beginnings, degrees, etc.)

and/or to influence the educational qualification?

2.2.b. Measures to promote equality

2.3. Income effects

2.3.a. Expected change in income difference

3. Unremunerated Work

Has the scheme/project impact

In-depth questions

3.1. on the performance and distribution of unpaid work?

3.1.a. Effects on the performance and distribution of unpaid work (number of persons affected, type of impact-including time spent)

4. Public revenue

Has the scheme/project impact

In-depth questions

4.1. on income-related and/or capital-related taxes, turnover taxes and excise duties, traffic taxes and charges?

4.1.a. Distribution of tax revenue as well as direct and indirect loading or discharge on women and men

4.1.b. Derogations

4.1.c. Incentive effects

4.1.d. Impact on the percentage difference of the actual disposable income of women and men

5. Decision-making processes and bodies

Has the scheme/project impact

In-depth questions

5.1. Participation in decision-making processes or the composition of decision-making bodies?

5.1.a. Participation of women and men; creation of rules

6. Physical and mental health

Has the scheme/project impact

In-depth questions

6.1. on physical and mental health

6.1.a. Number of persons affected

of women and men?

6.1.b. effects on affected areas;