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MessageSujet: jobboard féministe?!   Mer 1 Fév - 1:19

bon, je rigole, mais quand même, voilà t'y pas que Monster se féminise :
http://feminin.monster.fr/

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MessageSujet: Re: jobboard féministe?!   Mer 1 Fév - 16:03

Eh bien... je trouve ça intéressant... Moi je garde le lien !

... Il y a même un article sur l'oragnisation du "foyer" que j'afficherais bien sur la porte d'entrée !

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MessageSujet: Re: jobboard féministe?!   Mer 1 Fév - 19:31

Tiens d'ailleurs, qui travaille, et qui ne travaille pas dans le groupe?
Simple curiosite, ne sachant pas moi meme ce qu'il adviendra de moi ...

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MessageSujet: Re: jobboard féministe?!   Mer 1 Fév - 19:42

J'dirai, grosso-modo, 50-50 sur le groupe à Madrid.

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MessageSujet: Re: jobboard féministe?!   Mer 1 Fév - 21:39

Euh... précision... je ne voudrais pas passer pour une militante Razz ... L'article en question s'adresse à TOUTES !!! Razz

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MessageSujet: Re: jobboard féministe?!   Mar 10 Oct - 12:03

Pour les madrilènes d'adoption ou non, qui recherche à agrandir leur "network" :

European Professional Women's Network - Spain announces a
"Madrid Networking Breakfast"
on Tuesday, October 17th.


Please come join us for a "Spanish breakfast and fantastic networking" to wake up before work in the comfortable surroundings of Restaurante La Flecha.

Networking amongst women (members and non-members) is the principal objective of this gathering. Bring lots of business cards!

In addition, members of EuropeanPWN-Spain will be on hand to inform you about
- the organization,
- its mission
- and membership.

This is your chance to meet some of the professional women who have joined this new organization to work together for the promotion of women in the business workplace! Don't be shy, feel free to bring a friend!

Time: Tuesday, October 17th, 8:00 – 10:00 h.
Place: Restaurante La Flecha,
c/ Juan Bravo, 37
(corner with c/ General Pardiñas)
Metro: Diego de Leon / Nuñez de Balboa
Buses : 29, 52, 19, 51, 9, 61, 26 56, 12, C

Price: We will be serving coffee, tea & pastries. The price will be €5, paid on entrance.

Confirm: We appreciate confirmation to epwnspain@gmail.com, so we can get an idea of how many will be attending. If you cannot confirm until the last minute, please come anyway.

Looking forward to meeting you!
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European Professional Women's Network (EuropeanPWN-Spain) os espera este mes en uno de nuestros "Networking Breakfasts" para hacer contactos con otras mujeres profesionales, intercambiar opiniones, saber más sobre nuestra asociación y tomar un desayuno con nosotras. Este evento tomará lugar en Restaurante La Flecha el día 17 de octubre de 8 a 10 h . Pagamos todas €5 al llegar para cubrir el desayuno.

Agradecemos confirmación al correo electrónico epwnspain@gmail.com para tener una idea del número de asistentes, pero puedes venir también sin confirmar. ¡Trae una amiga para que nos conozca!

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MessageSujet: Re: jobboard féministe?!   Mar 10 Oct - 13:31

Merci pour ces bons plans

De mon côté je ne travaille pas ;.. mais cherche activement, ce qui n'est pas une mince affaire ...

Mais promis, des que je suis dans le circuit et que j'ai aussi des solutions je fais tourner les informations ...

Dommage que sur nos jolies iles il n'y ait pas de cercle comme dans les grandes villes de la peninsule

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MessageSujet: Website of Mediterranean Businesswomen   Jeu 19 Oct - 15:11

j'ai reçu ça sur mon email de http://www.afaemme.org/

Citation :
The Association of Organizations of Mediterranean Businesswomen launches a new web portal to promote European Workers’ mobility and equality

“Are we really interested in workers’ mobility, with all its consequences?” This question opened the debate in the event organized in the framework of the project entitled “Mobility and equality: entrepreneurial participation towards a European labour market” carried out by AFAEMME (Association of Organizations of Mediterranean Businesswomen) and Coalition for Gender Equality in Latvia.

The Association of Organizations of Mediterranean Businesswomen together with the Association of Businesswomen from Balearic Islands (ASEME) organized a “European Job Fair “at Mallorca. In this transnational event, taking place last 29th September, Mrs. Mª Helena de Felipe Lehtonen, President of AFAEMME, and Mrs. Elizabeth Villagómez Morales, Gender Expert, talked about the actual project carried out by AFAEMME, as European and Mediterranean Platform of Businesswomen Organizations. It was focused on the creation of an effective virtual tool able to diagnose the possibilities to conciliate work and family life under different Social Security Systems in the investigated Baltic and Mediterranean countries1.

The aim is to identify which obstacles men and women face by combining work and family life in the context of mobility. AFAEMME developed this comparative database starting from its mobility portal www.womenmobilty.org in continued collaboration with the European Job Mobility Portal EURES and the data base of the Mutual Information System on Social Protection (MISSOC).

The event took place at the Chamber of Commerce of Palma de Mallorca and among the speakers, we can point out the Mayoress of Palma, Mrs.Catalina Cirer, according to who “European cities must prepare themselves for facing the cultural differences and must not look at it distrustly”. She also fostered the creation of new laws nearer to the actual family models, in order to permit and promote the reconciliation of work and family life, since the fact of “the always increasing women participation in the labour market”.

Mrs. Isabel Llinás, from Balearic Women Institute, talked about problems connected with reconciliation and about solutions to be adopted by enterprise companies with the aim of encouraging workers’ mobility and equality.

Furthermore, Mr. Mariano Álvaro Page, General Sub director for Studies and Cooperation from the Spanish Women Institute, pointed out that “the problem of reconciliation is a masculine and not feminine problem: women already know how to conciliate, men don’t!”.

He showed as well which the main barriers to job equality are: “firstly, the job sexual division, which is the man, is still seen as « supplier » for the family, secondly, talking about the economic structure, the fact that enterprise companies only aim at maximum productivity”. He added that, in 2005, 45,8% of women had to leave their jobs in order to have time to dedicate to children, and 20,7% of women looks for a job that can be conciliated with family life. About maternity and paternity leaves, only a 2,5% of men exercise this right. Mr. Mariano Álvaro Page concluded his speech assuring that conciliation uses to worry mainly women, even if “work conciliation is directly proportional to family status and to personal education”.

Mrs. Mark Jeffery, Director Assistant from European Commission Barcelona, congratulated AFAEMME on carrying on this kind of project because “there is a deep need to make faster and simpler all the European mechanisms that aim to promote job mobility, in order to change the now existing models which seem to be static and antiquated”.

The second part of the meeting consisted of a videoconference Mallorca – Riga, in which the real situation of Baltic and Mediterranean countries was compared. Main problems hindering workers’ mobility were analyzed and measures to simplify this process in the EU countries were suggested. The event also counted with the presence of Mr. Antonio Serra, President of Social Affairs and Sport of Mallorca ; Mr. Juan Gual de Torrilla, President of the Chamber of Commerce of Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera; Mrs. Margarita Barceló, President of ASEME Baleares; Mrs. Rosa Puig, Presidency and Sports Advisor of Balearic Island Govern, who closed the act.


It was one of the Job Fairs simultaneously organised in several European cities on 29 and 30 September 2006. European Commission designated 2006 as European Year for Workers’ Mobility, a whole year dedicated to open up the debate on the real benefits and challenges of working abroad or changing job. This is the first European Year in which Mobility, Equality and Workers issues are jointly debated, and AFAEMME, together with Coalition from Gender Equality in Latvia, was one of the 31 European organizations selected by EU Commission to develop studies on the impact of mobility, as well as in the improvement of statistical data.

The last encounter included in the project “Mobility and Equality: entrepreneurial participation towards an European labour market” and in the “European Year for Workers’ Mobility”, will take place in Lille (France). In this event, the light of the experiences accumulated along this year will define new guidelines for EU Commission’s employment policies.

They will present the main tools (as www.womenmobility.org portal) with which they will work in continued collaboration with the aim of promote advising services to people who want to change country and job.

We are at your disposal for any type of consultation. If you would like to get more information don’t hesitate to contact us.

Yours Faithfully

AFAEMME Press Service
afaemme@afaemme.org
Lourdes@afaemme.org
Tel.: +34 93 209 82 22 / 93 241 30 00

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1Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Finland, Lithuania, Estonia y Latvia

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