Marie Curie’s 150th birthday

  “Science is at the root of all the progresses that alleviate human life and decrease its suffering” Marie Curie Marie Skłodowska-Curie was born on November 7th 1867 in Warsaw, Poland. Many European countries celebrate the birthday of the woman who has been a role model for so many women scientists, including EPWS members. In France on November 7th morning a ceremony was held at Pan...
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The Paradigm of Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development Strategy

 TEAM FOR BEST PRACTICES Institute of Sociology Chair of Methodology of Sociological Studies and Statistical Analysis is pleased to announce the conference THE PARADIGM OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 12 May 2016 Warsaw, Poland This is the third annual conference on WOMEN IN SCIENCE, organized by the Team for Best Practices. We would like to invite scientis...
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Call for Papers: Social Work from the perspective of the 21st century

  Cardinal Stephan Wyszynski University in Warsaw Faculty of Historical and Social Sciences Institute of Sociology Department of Theories and Methods of Social Work   in cooperation with international partners invite you to take part in the II International Scientific Conference Social Work from the perspective of the 21st century. Poverty Work Health, which will be held in W...
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EPWS: an example of an umbrella network and of cooperation between women scientists across Europe

On March 25th 2015, in Warsaw, Poland, Prof. Claudine Hermann delivered a talk about EPWS and its mission. An article based on the talk is now available, published in the Polish Academic Journal of Sociology.   ABSTRACT We wish to show in this contribution that equality is not yet reached between female and male scientists in Europe: thus improving the situation of women scientis...
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