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"The #EUwomen4future campaign will feature extraordinary women active in research, innovation, education, culture and sport. It will put the spotlight on some of the great achievements that will help shape tomorrow’s Europe. Without its talented and hard-working professional women Europe cannot – and will not – move forward. My hope is that this campaign will also inspire you, women and girls - in the EU and beyond - to fulfil your ambitions and go after your dreams." Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth

/jrc/en/file/182952Launch of the #EUwomen4Future campaign

Our #EUwomen4future campaign showcases women’s work and values their achievements in

  •  Science, research and innovation
  •  Education & youth
  •  Culture
  •  Sports

With their examples they pass on the message that gender equality is fundamental to prosperous and fair society.

They encourage women and girls across the EU and beyond to seek opportunities and fulfil their professional and personal aspirations.

#EUwomen4future seeks to

  • celebrate women across the EU involved in the above mentioned fields
  • showcase EU commitment to gender equality & closing the gender gap
  • highlight successful professionals to encourage young girls to study STEM subjects
  • build networks to help other women and act as role models
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Isabelle Wéry is a Belgian, French-speaking author, actress and theatre director.

Culture enhances our understanding of the world and contributes to the greatest art - the art of living together.

La culture renforce notre conscience du monde et contribue au plus grand de tous les arts, l'art de vivre ensemble.

Prof Jana Klanova teaches Environmental Chemistry at Masaryk University.

Don’t let others decide what is good for you.

Nenech ostatni rozhodovat o tom, co je pro tebe dobre.

Jana Kolar is Executive Director of CERIC-ERIC.

Don’t turn down life challenges because you think you lack courage. Why doubt your abilities, when others don’t?

Ne zavrnite izzivov, ker mislite, da vam primanjkuje poguma. Zakaj bi dvomili v svoje sposobnosti, ko drugi ne?

Jana Vitvarová is a passionate teacher of information technologies.

Help others to climb the mountain so you both have splendid views.

Pomôž ostatným vyliezť na vrchol, aby ste obidvaja mali nádherné výhľady.

Julia Tisserant is Marketing Communications Content Manager at Energy Storage Eaton.

Listen to your heart and find your own way.

Ecoute ton coeur et trace ton propre chemin.

Julie Dobrovolna specialises in the pathophysiogy of stress and in environmental medicine.

Be brave and just. As it requires courage and integrity to be a main character in both professional and personal life.

Buďte odvážní a spravedliví. Protože bez statečnosti a poctivosti není možné hrát v profesionálním i osobním životě hlavní roli.

Karen Maex is Rector Magnificus at the University of Amsterdam.

There is not one single pathway to achieve your goals. There are, however, silver bullets: creativity and eagerness, reflection and optimism.

Er is niet één weg om je doelen te bereiken. Er zijn wel eigenschappen die je verder kunnen helpen: creativiteit en gretigheid, reflectie en optimisme.

Karina Zadorozhny pursues a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics at Northwestern University

I believe in the power of technology and artificial intelligence for radical improvement in medicine.

Věřím v budoucnost, kde jsme schopni radikálně zlepšit zdravotnictví a medicínu pomocí umělé inteligence.

Ms Ladeja Godina Kosir is Chair of CG ECESP / Founder and Executive Director of Circular Change

Playfully co-create a network that attracts people ready to contribute to a meaningful world, encouraging them to collaborate and realise their purpose.

Igrivo tkati mrežo povezav med ljudmi, ki spodbudi soustvarianje, v katerem poslanstvo posameznika v polnini zaživi - za dobrobit planeta in skupnosti.

Ms Linda Liukas is author of the children picture book series Hello Ruby.

If programming is the new lingua franca, instead of more grammar classes, we need more poetry lessons.