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  • Digitisation goes Danube

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    Professional qualification and entrepreneurial spirit are important factors in creating attractive jobs in the Danube region. Digitisation offers a particularly great potential for this. The project “Qualifying women for digitisation in the Danube region” lead by the Stuttgart section of Business and Professional Women wants to support this potential. It is supported by the Baden-Württemberg

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    “Danube Competitiveness in Practice: Smart Cities – Innovative Digital Business Perspectives for SMEs” – this was the motto of an event organised by the working groups of Priority 8 of the EU Danube Region Strategy (PA8 EUSDR), “Digital Danube” and “Innovation and Technology Transfer”. The working groups are led by Prof. Dr. Hertweck from Reutlingen

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  • The Future of Female Entrepreneurship in the Danube Region

    The Future of Female Entrepreneurship in the Danube Region0

    How can female entrepreneurs be promoted and supported, made more visible in business life? What do women need on their way to self-employment and how can networks of female entrepreneurs become more closely linked? These and other topics were discussed at the capitalisation event “Promotion of Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Danube Region” on 3 October

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ROMA | Ungarn hat bereits 2011 eine europaweit beachtete nationale Roma-Strategie beschlossen. Sie enthält zahlreiche Maßnahmen wie Arbeitsbeschaffung, bessere Wohnsituation und Bildung, die Segregation in Schulen ausschließt. Die Wirklichkeit scheint jedoch eine andere zu sein, wie die Vorfälle in Gyöngyöspata im Norden Ungarns zeigen. Jahrelang mussten dort Roma-Kinder in getrennte Schulklassen gehen – nach einer Entscheidung von Ungarns Oberstem Gericht nicht rechtens. Ministerpräsident Viktor Orbán will den Urteilsspruch „nicht akzeptieren“, der eine Entschädigung für die Kinder vorsieht. Bericht von Stephan Ozsváth für den Deutschlandfunk:
www.deutschlandfunk.de/roma-schueler-in-ungarn-von-der-regierung-nicht-gewollt.680.de.html?dram:a...
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