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GEC #5 María Ángeles Cabré

Author: Jordi Soler FM Spain - GEC Country Principal Although the actual situation continues to be difficult to assess, the last two decades in Catalonia seem to have had a happy conclusion in the public sector, since the Catalonian Parliament approved the Law of Equality for Men and Women in July 2015. It was an incredible news, because it demonstrates that the feminist impulse has been kept alive in Catalonia;...

GEC #4 Lilli Gruber

Authors: Salvatore Corradi - FM Chairman, Michela Tassoni - GEC Secretary General In Italy she is known for being one of the most respected and feared journalists on television, a woman of undeniable elegance, severe and balanced who is not afraid to say what she thinks. Lilli Gruber is not just a character on the small screen but she is much more: award-winning journalist, former MEP, correspondent and reporter in...

GEC #3 Alicia Moreau de Justo

Author: Romina Lo Schiavo FM Argentina - GEC Co-Global Principal One of Argentina’s most distinguished and long-lived feminists and socialists, Alicia Moreau de Justo was a teacher, doctor, socialist activist, and journalist and was closely involved in the foundation of several human and women’s rights organizations. She has come to be viewed not only as a seminal figure in the first wave of the Latin American women’s movement but also...

GEC #2 Nelson Mandela

Author: Lloyd Dicks FM South Africa - GEC Co-Global Principal "You can see that there is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountain tops of our desires. Dangers and difficulties have not deterred us in the past, they will not frighten us now. But we must be...

GEC #1-2021 Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi: two women first of their kind

Author: Salvatore Corradi - FM Chairman What better occasion than the very first 2021 article of the Gender Equality Committee to talk about "firsts"? We decided to do it through two women who, regardless of political likes or dislikes, made the history of their nation and were "first of their kind". I'm talking about Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi, two Americans who have claimed the role of symbols of all-female...

Best Wishes – Holiday Season 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7T0cpYekmc At the end of this, to say the least, complex year, I want to share with you some reflections through this 60-second video that traces a series of points that are significant to me, to us as a company and, I hope, they will be to you too. You may notice some technical inaccuracies in the video due to the need to share this message in the short and...

GEC #19 Gender Pop

Author: Irene Marineo The different has always been frightening and what is considered foreign intimidates. What various institutions are still trying to do today is to reverse this trend, to consider diversity as a value, because it is precisely from the confrontation with different realities that new opportunities arise. To confirm this, just think that if researchers did not think "outside the box" there would be no innovations and new...

GEC #18 Religion and Gender Equality

Author: Salvatore Corradi - FM Chairman On October 3, Pope Francis signed the encyclical on fraternity and social friendship entitled "All Brothers", letter that has sparked not a few controversies. The Holy Father's intentions were to sensitize the faithful to a better political activity, which was more "popular" and less "populist", also paying particular attention to the issue of the inclusion of foreigners and those most in need. However, the...