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On this page, you can find information on different institutions and bodies concerned with equality policies.

The coordination centre was established by the Saxon ministry of science and art and supports Saxon colleges with the implementation of programmes for equality and family policies. In addition to that, it informs specialists of the belonging state ministries as well as those who hold a political office in Saxony. The newsletter of the coordination centre appears every month.

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There are still more men employed than women. The annual average of the year 2009 in Germany showed that 65,1 % of women between the ages of 15 and 64 years were employed. Whereas men in the same age span were employed to 75,1 % (Microsensus 2009). At the same time, women earn on averaged 23% less than men (Census Bureau). Women make up the majority of part-time workers as well as those who have a mini-job. They are still underrepresented in executive management positions as well as in supervisory boards.

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The department of equal opportunities in education and research of the BMBF supports the Fif-Contact Point, to help female scientists who wish to become more engaged in European research. The contact point informs and gives female scientists advice on acquiring projects in the 7. EU-Research Programmes (7. FRP).

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The competence centre Women in Science and Research (CEWS) is a competence centre of the GESIS Leibniz-Institution for Social Sciences and the national point of intersection for the implementation of equal opportunities for women and men in science and research in Germany.

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You can subscribe to the zwb-online Newsletter on their website. Main topics include politics, women and education. The Two Week Service provides this service. Thus the lying responsibilities are not with our centre.

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You can subscribe to the State Working Group Newsletter on their website. Main topics are politics, women and education. The State Working Group provides this service; thus the lying responsibilities are not with our centre.

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The dib has been advocating for women in technical careers for 25 years. With supporting with career and specialist questions, their main focus lays with the national and international lobby and community work.

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JOBBÖRSE.de has been working closely with hundreds of universities, cities and local regions for a long time and supports their partners with free of charge information and services on jobs and careers.

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The service and information platform has been operational since the beginning of July at www.familienportal.de and informs families on many state-funded family services as well as on application procedures and legal regulations.

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