Nadezhda Aleksandrova

Women along the Danube as Agents of Change

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Abstract

The contribution is a preprint of the study “Gender Relations in Education: Policy and Practice in the Danube Region. Experiences, Analyses, and Impulses” that was launched by the European Danube Academy (Ulm) and that was given financial support by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung (Stuttgart). The scientific coordinator of the project is Dagmar Engels, Ulmer Volkshochschule (adult education center Ulm); the project management is carried out by Nadezhda Aleksandrova, educationalist at the University of Sofia. The contribution deals with gender perspectives in South-Eastern Europe with particular regard on the fields of training and education. Methodologically, the contribution focuses on interviews with scientists and gender experts from six Danube countries – Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine. The study will be published in English language by Klemm+Oelschläger (Ulm) at the end of 2012.

Keywords
Gender Research in the Danube Area, Education, Women as „Agents of Change“