How can the directive promoting work-life balance contribute to achieving gender equality and preventing gender-based discrimination in the EU?
The type of the paper is a policy brief for class Labor Law & Social Policy. This is group work and I need only my part done. This is instruction from the professor:

The goal of this policy brief is to produce a written report intended to guide policy decision-making. In this written assignment, you and your partner (see pairs on Canvas) have to take two (partly) opposing perspectives of two concrete stakeholders: A Member States, a trade union, a employer organisation or a civil society organization. The policy brief has to be connected to one or more of the 6 substantive topics covered in class. Overarching issues are also accepted.
The policy brief needs to be logically written and have a clear research question, structure and design. It needs to contain proper references (using OSCOLA in footnotes) and a proper bibliography. The written part accounts for 30% of the final grade.

references: OSCOLA

I will put the overview of the paper and note which part should be done by me. ONLY LEGAL SOURCES SHOULD BE USED (SUCH AS DIRECTIVES)

The research question: How can the
directive promoting work-life balance contribute to achieving gender equality
and preventing gender-based discrimination in the EU?

TABLE OF CONTENTS / STRUCTURE:
This should be done by me following the next structure:

Work-Life Balance: The European Pillar of Social Rights
Perspective
Overview of the European
Pillar of Social Rights
Importance of Work-Life
Balance (principle 9 of the European Pillar of Social Righ) for gender
equality
Evidence of work-life
balance/Imbalance
Determinants of
work-life balance (causes)
Consequences of
work-life balance
Policy Frameworks and
Initiatives
Concluding this part
say: in the next part we will be discussing as example…
This is the part the other person is doing in case it might be useful: This Policy Brief presents key findings from a
review of European policy and provision standards and frameworks related to
family support and children’s rights. It has been produced for (?) and is based
on the position paper published by BusinessEurope and by EWL.

LIST OF THE DOCUMENTS THAT SHOULD BE USED (if you cannot acces it through these links please try to find it online):

show.cgi (uvt.nl)

wcms_864222.pdf (ilo.org)

IN FOCUS BRIEF – Work Life Balance (equineteurope.org)

Work-life balance – Employment, Social Affairs &
Inclusion – European Commission (europa.eu)

EU Work-life Balance Directive enters into force –
Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion – European Commission (europa.eu)

Full article: Actors, costs and values: the implementation
of the Work-Life Balance Directive (tandfonline.com)

Implementation of the Work-Life Balance Directives
(cliffordchance.com)

Work-life balance Directive fact sheet – EURORDIS

Work-Life Balance (gov.mt)

European Council. 1992. Maternity
leave directive 92/85/EEC.

European Council. 2010. Parental
leave Directive 2010/18EC: § 4 and 5.

European Commission. 2017.
Proposal for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on
work-life balance for parents and carers and repealing Council Directive
2010/18/EU, COM(2017) 253 final.

The EU’s work‐life balance directive: Institutional
change of father‐specific leave across member states (wiley.com)

Microsoft Word – Manual_Revised.doc (ituc-csi.org)

New rights to improve work-life
balance in the EU enter into application today: New rights to improve work-life balance in the EU
(europa.eu)

https://www.migpolgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/2022_GE_TR_WLB-Directive-2-2.pdf

*the number of references I put does not have to be strictly respected. I would prefer having all the documents mentioned above used for the paper
*reference: OSCOLA