Kata Kevehazi

A prominent figure of the Hungarian feminist scene, she is an expert and policy officer of the Hungarian Women’s Lobby, and a former board member of the European Women’s Lobby. In 2002 she founded the JOL-LET (Well-Being) Foundation, a women’s organization acknowledged in Hungary for its contribution in raising awareness about sex-based discrimination and inequalities in the economy and labour market. She holds an MA in economics from University of Economics of Budapest, and a postgraduate degree in management studies from Copernic Management Program (Paris). She is currently writing her PhD on the importance of female entrepreneurship in the solution of global problems and sustainability.



The Hungarian Recovery and Resilience Plan ignores the EU expectations concerning gender mainstreaming and the effects that the measures could have on gender equality are not mentioned.

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