As part of the campaign, the European Dialogue highlights strong and passionate women. Their achievements and life stories show how organisations, businesses, and communities can thrive when women take on bigger roles.
Our first campaign focus will dive into the world of “women in politics”, highlighting strong and passionate women that have become involved politically and serve as role models for girls across the Member States. Their achievements and life stories show how organisations and communities can thrive when women take on bigger roles.
Stay tuned as the campaign unfolds and reveals fascinating people, stories and analysis! You will find all the updates on this landing page, our Youtube Channel, as well as our social media channels, on which we will share special sneak peaks and engaging formats.
What is it like working as a female politician in Hungary?
In this special interview, we meet Anna Donáth who leads Momentum Movement, a political party in Hungary. As a young woman being politically involved she has faced a series of challenges and tells us how sexism is oftentimes subtle and done unconsciously.
The four selves for becoming a female political leader
Joanna Burnos is founder of Leaderis Institute, lecturer, motivational speaker and Advisory Board Member of The Alliance Of Her. The Leaderis Institute trains participants to become confident leaders in Poland. In a country where women make up only 1/3 of representation in the Parliament, Joanna has some great tips to show how women can push themselves to become great future political leaders.
Meet Luz Guilarte, female politician from Spain
In today's interview, we talked to Luz Guilarte, president of the municipial group Ciudadanos in the city of Barcelona as well as and member of the National Executive Committee and President of the Barcelona Provincial Committee at a regional level.
Culture is the biggest barrier for women to get into politics
Uruemu Adejinmi is Mayor of Longford Municipal District for Fianna Fáil in Ireland. In this short interview she shares her view on why it is important to have more women in politics and what she still sees as the biggest barrier to their participation.
The political journey of a woman from the 1970s to today
Anne Brasseur started her political journey in the 1970s. She also became President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in 2014 - at that time only the second time a woman was elected in 50 years.