Central Europen Centre for Women and Youth in Science
Monitoring women and science policy developments

In 2002, the European Commission commissioned a report on the situation facing women scientists in Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltic states from the ENWISE expert group. In June 2004 the report was made available, formulating recommendations to the European Union on women and science at national and European level.


The four Central European partners of the project served as "watchdogs" by  mapping, measuring and reporting to what extend the recommendations of the ENWISE Group have been implemented at national level. The reports are available here to download in the national language and English. The process of mapping and the end result contribute to lobbying for further improvements in the position of women in science at national level.


An international comparative report has also been created, available to download below.


International Comparative Summary Report "Gender Issues in Science as a Luxury - Enwise follow-up activities in Central Europe"
The report synthesises the main points, conclusions and recommendations from the Czech, Slovak, Hungarian and Slovenian national reports.


Central European Centre for Women and Youth in Science is a project funded by the European Commission
under Framework Programme 6 in the Structuring the ERA specific programme.