Women in EU Politics: Part III – Young Feminists

Women in EU Politics: Part III – Young Feminists

 

with Miette Dechelle

 

Millennials are stereotyped in the media as shallow and detached from networks and institutions.   Instead of being active in civil society, they have a sense of entitlement and are narcissistic.  But is this true?

What do millennials think about women in EU politics?

What motivates a young person to become a feminist and activist?

Who are the Young feminist of today?

And what role do they see the media playing in supporting values of equality and social justice?

Astute Radio’s Miette Dechelle started a conversation with 4 young feminists to explore what makes them tick.

Together, over 3 episodes, we will find out what the next generation of feminist leaders think about the politics, media and the future of feminism.

In the first episode Miette started a conversation with Julie Chrétiennot and Olga Frańzak at the EWL young feminist summer school (AGORA), in Brussels.

In this first episode, find out what Julie and Olga think about feminism, politics and the media.  Is there any hope for an equal future?

 

 

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Women in EU Politics with Miette Dechelle

Discover more about women in EU politics – from facts, figures to expertise and experience. I have been working in Brussels since 2009 for a European Association.  Currently, I am a Public Affairs Manager. Originally from France, I studied and worked in France, UK and Italy. My main focus throughout my study and career has been on on women issues and EU politics, economy and law. I am an active member of Business Professional Women (BPW) since 2009 and have held BPW Representatives positions at EU and club level, since 2011. I will be getting the conversation started about how women in Europe are directly or indirectly represented in EU politics Working and living in Europe, I want to share the experience and expertise of EU experts, representatives and citizen and challenge stereotypes about ‘Women in EU Politics’.
 

 

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