To update the diagnosis, and characterization of time use by men and women in Portugal, regarding paid work and unpaid care work in particular;
To raise awareness on the need for a balanced distribution of unpaid care work between women and men as a tool for gender equality;
To make a comparative analysis between the outcomes of the updated time use survey and the most relevant results of the 1999 time use survey;
To complement the quantitative approach, based on the survey, with a qualitative approach, based on in-depth interviews;
To produce and disseminate materials, addressed to the general population, focusing on the main results of the study;
To formulate recommendations for public policies on the articulation of work, personal and family life as a tool for gender equality.
European Economic Area Financial Mechanism (EEA Grants) 2009-2014