Last summer I was helping my father in his business, it was a weekday afternoon when a young woman of about 25 years old entered the reception and handed her CV. It was made with Europass, she was an electrical engineer and had worked in the Ministry of Energy inRead More →

On November 3rd, according to the European Commission, European women symbolically stopped getting paid, while there is still 16% of the year left. That 16% symbolizes the pay gap between men and women. Even though gender equality is enshrined in Article 23 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU,Read More →