As part of the Festival della Cultura Tecnica 2022:
ENWE – European Network for Women Excellence,
in collaboration with cheFare and GiULiA Giornaliste,
Le competenze femminili
per una nuova Europa
for a New Europe]
Tuesday, November 22
from 2 to 5 pm
Sala Marco Biagi
Via Santo Stefano 119
With the contribution of Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna, and the support of Quartiere Santo Stefano (Bologna) and Fondazione dell’Ordine dei Giornalisti dell’Emilia Romagna
Three years after its launch, ENWE – European Network for Women Excellence organizes “Women’s Skills for a New Europe”, an event on the visibility of women in the media and beyond. Under the patronage of the Fondazione Ordine dei Giornalisti dell’Emilia-Romagna and the Comitato del Quartiere Santo Stefano of Bologna, the event will take place at the Sala Marco Biagi in Bologna, on November 22, from 2 to 5 p.m., as part of the Festival della cultura tecnica.
With a talk on the role of newspapers in the enhancement of women’s skills, Agnese Pini, editor-in-chief of Editoriale Nazionale’s newspapers will kick off the event. There will then be an opportunity to present the findings of the latest Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP), an international survey on women’s representation in the media, as explained by Monia Azzalini, among the coordinators of the research in Italy.
We will then hear from representatives of four European databases that are part of the ENWE network and which can be used to contact thousands of female experts for free for interviews and events. AcademiaNet, which brings together over 3,200 European female academics; Les Expertes, the database of more than 4,000 French and French-speaking female experts; the Spanish Agenda d’Expertes; and the Italian directory of nearly 400 female excellence 100esperte presented by one of the coordinators, Maria Luisa Villa. In her conclusion, Marcella Corsi, professor of political economy at La Sapienza University of Rome, will reflect on how a greater presence of women could enrich and advance Europe.
“Women’s Skills for a New Europe” marks the end of the second phase of the ENWE project, originally funded by Open Society Foundations, now supported by Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna.
Admission to the event is free. Book your place at this link.