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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…
Meet the latest addition to the ENWE network: a directory of diverse experts from Belgium.
As the statistical office of the European Union, Eurostat, reports, women are making significant strides in science and technology, contributing to advancements across multiple disciplines.
Following the inclusion of women scientists, economists, and international political specialists, it’s time to amplify female sports experts’ voices.
ENWE’s new initiative amplifies women’s expertise and addresses underrepresentation in the media.
The term “double standard” is often used in reference to gender, where women are held to higher standards in the workplace, resulting in disparities.
On 22 November in Bologna, Italy, the European Network for Women Excellence (ENWE) held its second public event.
Discover the complete event agenda of ENWE’s upcoming event in Bologna, on November 22.
Join “Women’s Skills for a New Europe” event – Tuesday, November 22 – from 2 to 5 pm – Sala Marco Biagi, Via Santo Stefano 119, Bologna (Italy)
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.
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