She is an Ombudswoman for Equal Treatment at the Austrian Equality body within the Federal Chancellery. She provides legal consulting for people who experience discrimination, mainly in the private sector.
To achieve equality for women* it is key to understand their facts of life. However, in economy, science, public and private life, most “evidence-based” decisions are predicated on data about male experience. The biased underrepresentation of women* in all kinds of databases leads to prejudices, risks and discrimination.
Experts from different fields discuss the implications of the Gender Data Gap in their area. Participants are invited to exchange ideas in a safe(r) space
Info: participation is open to FLINTA* persons only.