|Women & Career
|Topic of the Edition - PWI Hotel award
|Women & Technology
Dear PWI members and readers,
|POLL to PWI Magazine readership: The “PWI Hotel AWARD”
Why a hotel award project?
At PWI Brussels we have launched a pilot project to honour the most women-friendly hotel in town with the PWI Hotel Award.
This is a pilot project and we have a twofold aim:
A United Europe? It’s Love Migration
Who started the “Love Migration Project” and why?
I started the Love Migration Project because I found that I knew so many people who have moved because of love. My interest in migration and love grew out of my own experiences - I was living in Mexico and was getting married. At the same time I was doing a master’s degree in Applied linguistics (1), at the Universidad Autonoma Del Estado de Mexico in Mexico and I was reading about language acquisition and learning form migrants.
I couldn’t find myself represented in the literature though, as it concentrated on people who were moving ..... [more]
|Behind TEDxBarcelonaWomen and the driving force of Storytelling
You are deeply involved in the organization of TEDxBarcelonaWoman , taking place this June in Barcelona. Could you tell us why and what this event is about?
| Intelligence and heart together are the drive to success
Karin, thank you for agreeing to talk to us. You work at Praxair, which I believe supplies gases for industrial use. Please could you tell us why Praxair has chosen to support the fight against Breast Cancer?
| Solving a Social Challenge can Become a Business
Colleen thank you for agreeing to this interview; I am really interested to know more about Pink Link Pages(1). Can you tell us more about it? What gave you the idea to start the Pink Link Pages?
The Road to Donetsk – a tribute to the inspirational women of Ukraine
|TACIS Programme in Ukraine
Watching the news about Ukraine over the past year has been a poignant affair for me. Both the streets of Donetsk and its surrounding landscape seem so familiar, because I was once a frequent visitor. Way back in the 1990s, I used to manage EU overseas aid projects for Ukraine, and Donetsk was then a benign and busy city, full of hope and potential renewal after the fall of communism. ... [more]
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