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An overview of the “How to promote a European network for women excellence” panel from the ENWE First Step to…
The 6th Global Media Monitoring Project has portrayed a concerning picture of how women’s occupations are presented in European media….
The results from the sixth Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP), the world’s longest-running and most extensive research on gender in…
By Claudia Padovani In the sixth edition of the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP), we observe some Italian trends similar…
The media can play a crucial role in promoting more gender-balanced participation in sporting activities and organizations, as explained in the 2022 report of the European Commission High-Level Group (HLG) on Gender Equality in Sport.
Meet the ENWE network’s database of women experts from the Valencia area, in Spain.
Meet the ENWE network’s database of French and Francophone women experts.
The Francophone database of women experts from the ENWE network expands with a new platform focused on Senegal.
Meet the ENWE network’s database with more than 360 profiles of women academics and researchers based in Italy.
An analysis by academic and international lawyer Annalisa Ciampi on how the empowerment of women could be the most effective tool to bring peace closer.
Meet the ENWE network’s database with more than 3,300 profiles of leading women scientists.
ENWE team member Marilù Manta in conversation with Diletta Huyskes, Oiza Queens Day Obasuyi, and Claudio Nader.
On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, on February 11, Bracco Foundation and Aspen Institute Italia in collaboration with Italy Pavilion at Expo 20202 Dubai will promote women’s empowerment.
Gender equality: International studies show that women are less quoted in the media and less involved as experts or commentators than men.
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