Of the alternative women’s enterprises to the social Entrepreneuseship social enterprises or were starved the Lehman sisters before the bust? Berlin, January 26, 2011. “On the 17th of February, at 19:00 h, Katja from Bey, CEO of Weiberwirtschaft Inc. and Ricarda discuss book, author of the book: existence of risk women to the history of women’s networks and women enterprises in Berlin” in the women’s cultural centre Beguine in the Potsdamer str. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out PCRM. 139 in the Schoneberg district. Childrens Defense Fund has plenty of information regarding this issue. “Is this year’s theme at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland ski sports: common standards for a new reality”. The standard is called competitiveness. The reality is that less and less in the competition can keep. You may find that Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine can contribute to your knowledge.
Multi-billion dollar reserves, financed by tax money for banks and States are stretched, jobs mined, cut salaries, increase the pace of work. Public and social sectors are privatized. Profit motive is environmental degradation, the rise in hunger and poverty in the southern hemisphere in purchase. It is also different! The two women who were not invited to Davos open paths that allow solidarity economy by women. You contribute to the clarification of the following questions: who are reaping the benefits of the globalized world and how affected women and the care of their families? Where are female entrepreneurs today? Offers the formation a business women today better chances for a livelihood than in the past? What practical examples of solidarity enterprises by female entrepreneurs were and are there? What can women do to secure the existence of yourself and others? This event is the third event within the series of different economies Anders life. Contact Ulrike Haase is from Monday to Thursday between 12:00 h and 18:00 h Tel: 030-215 14 14 available. BEGUINE meeting place and culture for women e.V. Potsdamer str. 139 10783 Berlin phone: 030-215 14 14 email: