What does the EU do for women? How can 'Europe' ensure greater gender equality? And what influence can citizens exert on these matters?
These are some of the questions which the international debate 'Make Europe Better for Women!' is trying to answer. Chair of the day Tilly Vriend makes sure the afternoon runs smoothly. Participants: a full room at Atria in Amsterdam and - via a Livestream connection - five participants in Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Albania and Estonia. 'Without cooperation we can‘t get anything done.'
For a full impression of the debate, read:
Policy Paper and Recommendations
Based on the debate Atria submitted a policy paper, which provides a brief overview of European gender policies.