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Monthly archives for February, 2016

Women in Power and Decision-Making Positions in the UK

Women in Power and Decision-Making Positions in the UK

As we proceed into a new realm of politics in 2016, with the Women’s Equality Party up and running, it is important to reflect back on the historical progression of women in politics and examine whether we can really achieve equality.

Ženska karijera u Srbiji

Ženska karijera u Srbiji

Jednakost žena i muškaraca nije moguće ostvariti bez promena uslovljenih mentaliteta i običaja koji vladaju između muškaraca i žena – Flora Tristan, „Radnička unija“, 1843. U Srbiji i danas postoje velike predrasude o sposobnostima žena na rukovodećim pozicijama i visokim funkcijama u poslovnoj sferi ili u politici koje odražavaju tradicionalna shvatanja uloge žene u društvu. […]

,,Geležinė ledi’’ – pirmoji Lietuvos prezidentė Dalia Grybauskaitė

,,Geležinė ledi’’ – pirmoji Lietuvos prezidentė Dalia Grybauskaitė

Dukart išrinkta Lietuvos Respublikos prezidente ir buvo įvertinta kaip politinė lyderė. Trumpa diskusija apie jos karjerą ir darbus.

“#ausnahmslos” – Translations

“#ausnahmslos” – Translations

“#ausnahmslos” is an initiative launched by feminists after the attacks on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. We translated the text into several languages

Die Übergriffe in Köln: Reaktionen in den Medien, Politiker-Scheinh...

Die Übergriffe in Köln: Reaktionen in den Medien, Politiker-Scheinheiligkeit und was jetzt getan werden muss

Die sexuellen Übergriffe auf Frauen am Silvesterabend in Köln und anderen deutschen Städten haben in der deutschen Gesellschaft einen Aufschrei hervorgerufen. In der darauf folgenden Diskussion vermischten sich jedoch Besorgnis mit Heuchelei, Rassismus und – Sexismus

In February we talk about: women in power and decision-making

In February we talk about: women in power and decision-making

When the Beijing Platform was adopted in 1995, only 11.5% of members of parliaments worldwide were women. Today, there are around 22%. Why did it matter back then and why does it still matter now? This is our topic of this month.

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