Within the new EU Confidential podcast, Ryan Heath talks to Marianne Thyssen, the European Commissioner for employment, about how she desires to overtake EU insurance policies on jobs, training and coaching to satisfy the problem of globalization. She additionally talks in regards to the shock within the School of Commissioners when Martin Selmayr was nominated because the Fee’s new secretary-general.
Lulwah Al Khater, the primary feminine spokesperson for the Qatari ministry of overseas affairs, drops by to inform us about her job and the challenges dealing with her nation.
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Highlights from the present:
Ladies within the office: As we mark Worldwide Ladies’s Day, Thyssen discusses boundaries to success for girls within the office. “If we glance into the labor market and within the progress of ladies, we see that all the pieces goes advantageous till the second of youngsters after which … girls are penalized within the labor market … [they] don’t have the chance to succeed in their full potential of their profession,” Thyssen says.
Thyssen on Martin Selmayr: The Commissioner describes how she felt when she came upon in regards to the appointment of the European Fee’s new secretary-general.
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EU WTF: Our common Brussels brains belief panelists, Lina Aburous and Ailbhe Finn, discuss in regards to the case of a Brussels man convicted for verbal abuse of a feminine police officer. Additionally they talk about the #MeToo motion.
Expensive Politico: The panel advises a listener a couple of housing rip-off in Brussels.
MEP of the Week: On this section, the panelists dive right into a field of MEPs’ names and pull out a younger farmer and some unknowns earlier than somebody earns the title MEP of the Week.
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