EIGE's Director Carlien Scheele delivered this speech at an event on gender equality and the socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic hosted by the General Secretariat of the Council on 8 March 2022. Good afternoon everybody, It is good to be here today to mark International Women’s Day with you, and to share with you our latest data on the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on gender equality.
EIGE's Director Carlien Scheele gave these opening remarks the event on Covid-19 and its impact on gender equality organised by Luxembourg's Ministry for Equality Between Women and Men on 7 March 2022. She emphasised the need to put gender equality at the heart of economic recovery and outlined ways EIGE will support this. Transcript Good morning dear ministers, bonjour. This time last year, I was congratulating the Ministry for Equality between Women and Men for launching Luxembourg’s very own national Observatoire de l’Egalité.
EIGE's Director Carlien Scheele delivered this speech at European Parliement's Inter-Parliamentary Committee Meeting on 3 March 2022. The topic of the meeting was "An ambitious future for Europe's women after COVID-19: mental load, gender equality in teleworking and unpaid care work after the pandemic". Good morning all, Early last year, while we were in the depths of the second wave of the corona pandemic, the European Parliament called for the “right to disconnect” from work.
EIGE's Director Carlien Scheele delivered this speech at Ministers' Round Table on Equality forum, which was a part of the conference Women's economic empowerment: key to gender equality hosted by the French European Union Council Presidency on 31 January 2022. Good morning dear ministers and dear colleagues, As you know, the European Parliament just elected its third female president. To mark this occasion, I would like to start my address to you today with some words from the first ever woman to lead the European Parliament, who said:
EIGE's Director Carlien Scheele delivered this speech at an event of the Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality (FEMM) titled We are strong: Women leading the fight against Covid-19 on 4 March 2021.
EIGE's Director Carlien Scheele delivered this speech at the release event of EIGE's report Estimation of girls at risk of female genital mutilation in the European Union: Denmark, Spain, Luxembourg and Austria on 26 May 2021.