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NEOLIBERALISM, MULTICULTURALISM, HUMAN RIGHTS AND THEIR STATISTICAL COVERAGE
Dimitar Arkadiev
Резюме: Some basic principles, views and practical actions related to liberalism and neo-liberalism, for equality/differences between people by gender, sexual orientation, ethno-cultural and other characteristics are discussed. A critical evaluation of these views compared with their actual reflection in reality. Statistical coverage and coverage of equality/diversity is considered. Particular attention is being paid to the system of indicators, proposed by the UN Statistical Commission, to characterize differences in gender, known as ‘gender statistics’. Two concrete examples of data on the wages of the people employed in Bulgaria by gender are developed in combination with other characteristics - age, education, profession and economic activity. The results confirm the thesis of liberalism that women's wages are lower. This does not reflect the whole complexity and historical conditionality of that difference. The second example relates to the growth of the number of persons of Roma ethnicity in some countries of Southeast Europe, according to data from population censuses after the Second World War (1939 - 1945). Tracked are some occurring trends and the impact of the ‘A Decade of Roma Inclusion (2005 - 2015)’. The main conclusion is that the initiative, for which considerable financial and other resources have been spent, is more conducive to differentiation than to the integration of the Roma ethnic group with the rest of the respective country's population.
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Дата на публикуване: 2019-06-26
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