The index, which takes in to account such things as gender pay gap and employment rates, means Poland’s improvement is second only to Luxembourg. The leaders of the ranking are Iceland, Sweden and New Zealand.
The event organised by Visegrad Insight brought together women diplomats and experts working in security, both in NATO countries like Canada and Hungary and in nearby countries like Ukraine and Georgia.
Joanna Kocemka-Żebrowska from the Topografie Foundation which organised the event said: “We wanted to tell this story from many angles and give an outlet for many voices. When most people think of the history of Łódź, they think of the nineteenth century and the different cultures that lived alongside each other, but there is a more recent and tragic story that hasn’t been told.”
Organisers hope the three paintings on walls in three different cities will help inspire others to follow in the women’s footsteps.
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Nearly one-in-ten Polish women run their own business, compared to just 3.3 percent in Germany.