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After the European elections: a Europe for women? The newly elected Members of Parliament must rise to the challenge and work towards a feminist, sustainable, equitable Europe [Brussels, 27 May 2019] The European Women’s Lobby welcomes the recent results of the European elections: we are particularly delighted about the record number of Europeans who mobilised across all 28 Member States to participate in the biggest transnational democratic moment in the world. The results clearly show that many citizens are striving for a feminist, sustainable Europe and we will work to ensure the newly elected Members of Parliament (MEPs) work towards this... read more http://After the European elections: a Europe for women?

eamonnmallie.com- Irish indipendent thinking

“We had been invited to come and show our support for the talks process but explicitly asked to leave our issues at the door.” By Kellie Turtlehttp://eamonnmallie.com/2019/05/we-had-been-invited-to-come-and-show-our-support-for-the-talks-process-but-explicitly-asked-to-leave-our-issues-at-the-door-by-kellie-turtle/

Amsterdam-pictures

Cor Ramondt -Hirschmann (Mans van Zandbergen), Mien van Wulfen-Palthé (Niké Wentholt), Aletta Jacobs (Greta Noordenbos) are waiting for a train to Zürich photo shot in Utrecht by Charlotte Bill/Clapham films Aletta Jacobs ( Greta Noordenbos) and Mien van Wulfen-Palthé ( Niké Wentholt) on their way to Zurich photo shot Charlotte Bill in Utrecht

Women for Europe – Europe for Women-EWL

Our Future starts Now!Our priorities for the coming European term (2019-2024) recognise the reality of women and girls’ lives in Europe today and bring together the perspectives of women and girls and our membership across Europe. These priorities reflect the unfinished business of implementing international human rights instruments to advance women’s rights over the past three decades. Ensuring equality between women and men and integrating a gender perspective in all policy and financial frameworks is an obligation of the European Union as per the EU Treaties. Therefore we call for:A Europe that realises women’s equality in political decision-makingWomen are still seriously underrepresented in all European Institutions and across all EU Member States when it comes to political decision-making. This means that half the population are [...]

Vorwärts extra

DIE REVOLUTION BRINGT DAS RECHT ZU WÄHLEN VOR 100 JAHREN Jahrzehntelang kämpften die Frauen in Deutschland vergeblich für das Wahlrecht. Doch mit der Novemberrevolution 1918 wird alles anders: Die Sozialdemokraten setzen das aktive und passive Wahlrecht für Frauen durch – für alle Wahlen. Ein Meilenstein auf dem Weg zur Gleichberechtigung der Frau, der Deutschland nachhaltig verändert hat und bis heute prägt.... Julia Korbik read more

EWL-

After the European elections: a Europe for women? The newly elected Members of Parliament must rise to the challenge and work towards a feminist, sustainable, equitable Europe [Brussels, 27 May 2019] The European Women’s Lobby welcomes the recent results of the European elections: we are particularly delighted about the record number of Europeans who mobilised across all 28 Member States to participate in the biggest transnational democratic moment in the world. The results clearly show that many citizens are striving for a feminist, sustainable Europe and we will work to ensure the newly elected Members of Parliament (MEPs) work towards this... read more http://After the European elections: a Europe for women?

eamonnmallie.com- Irish indipendent thinking

“We had been invited to come and show our support for the talks process but explicitly asked to leave our issues at the door.” By Kellie Turtlehttp://eamonnmallie.com/2019/05/we-had-been-invited-to-come-and-show-our-support-for-the-talks-process-but-explicitly-asked-to-leave-our-issues-at-the-door-by-kellie-turtle/

Amsterdam-pictures

Cor Ramondt -Hirschmann (Mans van Zandbergen), Mien van Wulfen-Palthé (Niké Wentholt), Aletta Jacobs (Greta Noordenbos) are waiting for a train to Zürich photo shot in Utrecht by Charlotte Bill/Clapham films Aletta Jacobs ( Greta Noordenbos) and Mien van Wulfen-Palthé ( Niké Wentholt) on their way to Zurich photo shot Charlotte Bill in Utrecht

Women for Europe – Europe for Women-EWL

Our Future starts Now!Our priorities for the coming European term (2019-2024) recognise the reality of women and girls’ lives in Europe today and bring together the perspectives of women and girls and our membership across Europe. These priorities reflect the unfinished business of implementing international human rights instruments to advance women’s rights over the past three decades. Ensuring equality between women and men and integrating a gender perspective in all policy and financial frameworks is an obligation of the European Union as per the EU Treaties. Therefore we call for:A Europe that realises women’s equality in political decision-makingWomen are still seriously underrepresented in all European Institutions and across all EU Member States when it comes to political decision-making. This means that half the population are [...]

Vorwärts extra

DIE REVOLUTION BRINGT DAS RECHT ZU WÄHLEN VOR 100 JAHREN Jahrzehntelang kämpften die Frauen in Deutschland vergeblich für das Wahlrecht. Doch mit der Novemberrevolution 1918 wird alles anders: Die Sozialdemokraten setzen das aktive und passive Wahlrecht für Frauen durch – für alle Wahlen. Ein Meilenstein auf dem Weg zur Gleichberechtigung der Frau, der Deutschland nachhaltig verändert hat und bis heute prägt.... Julia Korbik read more

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Upcoming Program Activities

Europe

10.-11.05.2019 / Zürich
historical re-enactments

12.05.2019 / Zürich
Historical-Biographical Workshop “Jump over the wall”

Austria

5 June.2019 – Vienna
(in transform! europe)

Screening of the Theater Play “Dort Kämpfen, Wo Das Leben Ist”