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European Women Forum - Berlin

Program and Panelists

10 years, 10 countries, 10 stories

Europäisches Haus, Unter den Linden 78, 10117 Berlin, Germany, December 9, 2014

Program

Part 1 

14.00 – 15.00 Opening of the European Women Forum – Berlin: Welcome speeches
  • Elke Büdenbender, Patroness of the event
  • Manuela Schwesig, German Federal Minister of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth
  • Alastair Teare, CEO Deloitte Central Europe
  • Bernhard Schnittger, deputy head of the Representation of the European Commission in Germany
  • Jitka Dvořáková, General Manager, CZC.cz, Czech Republic
15.00 - 15.30: Deloitte SheXO Survey 2014 - results: Gender equality in business and EU accession
  • Barbara Žibret Kralj, partner, Deloitte Slovenia
15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break&networking

Part 2: Panels

16:00 – 16:05 Introduction: Women rights in Lithuania. Can the Baltics be a model to others?

  • Laisvūnas Bartkevičius, Vice-Minister of Social Security and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania
16:05 – 16.45 Panel 1: How women made Europe stronger in the last 10 years? Moderator: Kerstin Plehwe. 
  1. H. E. Elita Kuzma, Ambassador of Latvia to Germany
  2. Barbi Pilvre, Member of the Estonian Parliament 
  3. Elena Kohútiková, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, VÚB Bank, Slovak Republic
  4. Tünde Fűrész, Deputy State Secretary, Ministry for Human resources in Hungary
  5. Martina Vuk, State Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Slovenia
  6. Vanda Jurseniene, Head of Equality Between Women and Men Division, Ministry of Social Security and Labour, Lithuania
  7. Renate Augstein, Head of Equality Division, German Federal Minister of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, Germany 
  8. Andrew Caruana Galizia, Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Malta to Germany
  9. Skevi Koukouma-Koutra, Member of the House Standing Commitee on Human Rights and on equal opportunities for men and women, Cyprus
16.45 – 17.25 Panel 2: Getting inspired by our personal stories. Moderator: Kerstin Plehwe.
  1. Iwona Georgijew, Partner, Deloitte Central Europe, SheXO and Diversity Leader
  2. Olga Humlová, CEO, HB Reavis, Czech Republic 
  3. Dominika Natalia Bettman, CFO, Siemens, Poland 
  4. Katrin Hattenahuer, Member of the Former Civil Rights Movement Leipzig, Germany 
  5. M.Sc. Anja Strojin Štampar, Member of the Management Board, Pension Fund Management, Slovenia 
  6. Ramona Pisal, President of The German Women Lawyers Association, Germany
  7. Katarina Kaszasova, Director General, Ministry of Finance, Slovak Republic
  8. Kristina Bohrrman, CEO, Solvenz Navigation, Germany

17.25 – 17.30 Closing Remarks 

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Program - European Women Forum - Berlin: 10 years, 10 countries, 10 stories
Europäisches Haus, Unter den Linden 78, 10117 Berlin, Germany
December 9, 2014
 

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