On 22 January 2021 the YesWePlan! project partners met German MEP Christine Schneider in a video conference. Ms Schneider is a member of the FEMM Committee and one of the shadow Rapporteurs of the EP own initiative report on “Promoting gender equality in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and careers”:

It was a very intensive exchange of practical professional and personal experiences, of project findings and ideas for approaches to gender equality. A summary of important points and first YesWePlan! project findings was submitted to Ms Schneider after the meeting:

The participating women Architects and Civil Engineers agree: “This form of dialogue was very inspiring and thought provoking and an excellent way to transport experiences from profession to politics and vice versa!

To be continued…

Exhibition of works and designs of Austrian female Architects and Engineers

A digital projection of the works and designs of Austrian female Architects and Engineers in public places – This Exhibition is currently shown in the city of Klagenfurt: The aim of the exhibition, which originally was shown as a real live exhibition in several places in and outside of Austria and was then digitalized is raising the visibility of female professional excellence in Architecture and Engineering. It was initiated by the Committee of Female Architects and Engineers in the BKZT and will be displayed as a best practice example in the YesWePlan! Project.

YesWePlan! Flyers

The YesWePlan! Flyers have been printed and were already distributed at the event “ZTinnen Tage” in Linz, where Austrian female Architects and Engineering Consultants came together for lectures and networking.

The YesWePlan! Flyer

Country Reports are online!

The first visible results of the projects are available. The country reports give an insight into the legal and practical framework of the professions of Architects and Civil Engineers and of general aspects of gender equality in each partner country.

They build the first part of the so-called “Compendium 4 in 1” that will combine the project results at a view (1. Country Reports / 2. Best Practice Examples / 3. Career Tracker / 4. Strategic Considerations and Policy Recommendations).

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YesWePlan – Logo

Haste makes waste: After a long discussion process the project partners decided on a logo for the project. The requirement was a good design making women planners visible and transporting  the message of the project without being  too obvious. The chosen logo was done in Slovenia by Gigodesign.