The Ministry of Equal Opportunities of Slovenia launched a contest for the visual identity of a project aiming at addressing gender stereotypes. The response to the open call saved several surprises: outcomes and lessons learned from this innovative initiative
A new portal is collecting resources about gender and science. The very first phase of the project was trying to answer two pivotal questions: is it really useful? And for whom? This is how they did it
Legislating on any matter and legislating specially on maternity and paternity at work needs a coherent work from the national legislators and these legislators as representatives of their people’s may not continue neither remaining silent and therefore not legislating at all on maternity and paternity protection at work, nor these national legislators may continue copying Labour Codes enacted by authorities from countries, cultures and economic realities completely opposite to their own countries.
No longer locked in his ivory tower, scientific research has brand new features. It must be new also the criteria by which it evaluates the excellence. In order to enhance curiosity, dedication, flexibility, diplomacy, opening in comparison. That is, the skills and competencies typically female
What has Europe done to ensure an equal representation of men and women in Europe? The study “Electoral Lists ahead of the Elections to the European Parliament from a Gender Perspective”, published on the eve of the election to the European Parliamentary term 2014-2019, maps the representation of women and men on party lists at national level, provides key background information and analyses the effect of gender quotas on candidate lists.
Changing the narratives and practices of living the crisis is fundamental to challenge this historical moment and turn it all around from disgracefull to fruitfull. Stepping out capitalocentrism means valuing everyday relationship-based-strategies of informal economics put in place to survive the global crisis, which could lead to social change.
Although the Prime Minister of Slovenia is a woman, the way to preeminent political roles is not yet paved to women. Gender stereotypes still affect the image and the possibilities of women in several domains, but, albeit slow, there are clear improvements.
Equal participation in decision-making is more important than ever for the future of the Union’s social and economic life. The 2014 elections to the European Parliament can make it or break it. Ideas from the 50-50 Equality Campaign