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PROJECT SUMMARY

WOMEN, FAMILIES, CAREERS – EFFECTS OF THE PANDEMIC ON WORK/LIFE BALANCE
IN THE VISEGRAD COUNTRIES
Updated 16/11//2021

Project title: 
Women,
 Families, Careers – Effects of the Pandemic on Work/Life Balance in the Visegrad Countries
Implementation of the Project
: 1st October 2021 to 30th April 2022

With its nearly 20-years of experience and professional background the Association for Women’s Career Development in Hungary decided to address the impact of the pandemic on women, especially the impact on the labor market.

Therefore they we are pleased that together with the professional  partners from the V4 countries, the Business & Professional Women CR z.s. from the Czech Republic, the  Association of Business Women from the Slovak Republic and the Pedagogical University of Krakow from Poland, we have the opportunity to implement the “WomenFamilies, Careers – Effects of the Pandemic on Work/Life Balance in the Visegrad Countries” project  between October 2021 and April 2022 thanks to the support of the Visegrad Fund.

Project Outputs:

Within the framework of our Project, we will examine the impact of the pandemic on four special groups of women (mothers with children, women who are plan a family, women over 50, and rural women), in particular with relation to the labor market.

We will prepare a Research Study including analysis and Recommendations based on the Electronic Survey to be carried out simultaneously in the V4 countries in November-December 2021 and on the Focus Group interviews to be conducted in each country during December 2021 and January 2022.

We will organize a Multiplying Event / International Conference titled “Women, Families, Careers – Effects of the Pandemic on Work/Life Balance in the Visegrad Countries” in Budapest on 8th March 2022 which will be in hybrid form including the relevant target groups, stakeholders, and decision makers through the network of our partnership.

The project will be implemented simultaneously in the V4 countries with mainly online tools, which will ensure that we involve a large audience from these countries, thanks to the active participation of the 4 partner organizations and the mobilization of their network of contacts.
Based on our research, credible experts and good practices in the context of V4 countries on the topic, we hope to provide a well-founded background for decision makers regarding the impact of the pandemic on women, in particular with relation to the labor market.
The information and experience received from the project are also essential for preparing for future challenges and for utilization in “peacetime".

 

Further information:
Ms. Andrea Ferenczi project manager
Mobile: +36309827093
Email: ferenczi@t-online.hu 
www.visegradwomen.net

 

The Project is co- financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia
 through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund.
The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.
www.visegradfund.org

visegrad_2021_Felmérés_honlap.jpg


 

visegrad_2021_1000px_opt.jpg

PROJECT SUMMARY

WOMEN, FAMILIES, CAREERS – EFFECTS OF THE PANDEMIC ON WORK/LIFE BALANCE
IN THE VISEGRAD COUNTRIES
Updated 16/11//2021

Project title: 
Women,
 Families, Careers – Effects of the Pandemic on Work/Life Balance in the Visegrad Countries
Implementation of the Project
: 1st October 2021 to 30th April 2022

With its nearly 20-years of experience and professional background the Association for Women’s Career Development in Hungary decided to address the impact of the pandemic on women, especially the impact on the labor market.

Therefore they we are pleased that together with the professional  partners from the V4 countries, the Business & Professional Women CR z.s. from the Czech Republic, the  Association of Business Women from the Slovak Republic and the Pedagogical University of Krakow from Poland, we have the opportunity to implement the “WomenFamilies, Careers – Effects of the Pandemic on Work/Life Balance in the Visegrad Countries” project  between October 2021 and April 2022 thanks to the support of the Visegrad Fund.

Project Outputs:

Within the framework of our Project, we will examine the impact of the pandemic on four special groups of women (mothers with children, women who are plan a family, women over 50, and rural women), in particular with relation to the labor market.

We will prepare a Research Study including analysis and Recommendations based on the Electronic Survey to be carried out simultaneously in the V4 countries in November-December 2021 and on the Focus Group interviews to be conducted in each country during December 2021 and January 2022.

We will organize a Multiplying Event / International Conference titled “Women, Families, Careers – Effects of the Pandemic on Work/Life Balance in the Visegrad Countries” in Budapest on 8th March 2022 which will be in hybrid form including the relevant target groups, stakeholders, and decision makers through the network of our partnership.

The project will be implemented simultaneously in the V4 countries with mainly online tools, which will ensure that we involve a large audience from these countries, thanks to the active participation of the 4 partner organizations and the mobilization of their network of contacts.
Based on our research, credible experts and good practices in the context of V4 countries on the topic, we hope to provide a well-founded background for decision makers regarding the impact of the pandemic on women, in particular with relation to the labor market.
The information and experience received from the project are also essential for preparing for future challenges and for utilization in “peacetime".

 

Further information:
Ms. Andrea Ferenczi project manager
Mobile: +36309827093
Email: ferenczi@t-online.hu 
www.visegradwomen.net

 

The Project is co- financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia
 through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund.
The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.
www.visegradfund.org


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