Geschäftsfrau Margarete Runtinger, Wohltäterin Julie von Zerzog, Lehrerin Elly Maldaque, Fabrikantin Luise Händlmaier, Künstlerin Regina Hellwig-Schmid, Schriftstellerin Barbara Krohn, Stadtführerin Michaela Ederer, Pfarrerin Cordula Winzer-Chamrád: Diese acht Regensburgerinnen aus Geschichte und Gegenwart sind Teil der „Danube Women Stories – Vol. 2“. Im Schaufenster der Regensburger Buchhandlung Dombrowsky begleiten Publikationen der Künstlerin und Kuratorin Regina Hellwig-Schmid sowie der Schriftstellerin Barbara Krohn die Neuerscheinung „Danube Women Stories Vol. 2“. – Danke an den Buchhändler Ulrich Dombrowsky.
DANUBE WOMEN STORIES – women personalities along the river Danube!
During the International Danube Festival the Museum of Ulm is presenting a selection of photos, drawings and texts from the project “Danube Women City Guide”.
Actress Katja Riemann opened the literary programme of the Danube Festival 2018 with a reading from Stefan Zweig’s book “Memories of a European” .
Stefan Zweig, the Jewish author from Vienna, committed suicide in 1942 out of desperation during his exile in Brazil.
Years of researches into the deconstruction of editorial policies of the media in Serbia with a lens on the visibility of women in different roles, but mainly in the role of a subject in providing information, have shown that women are not given equal visibility to men.
The International Danube Festival 2018 has begun.
State Secretary from Baden-Württemberg Theresa Schopper opened the Festival together with other celebrity guest, accompanied by the Danube Festival fanfare, which was played by eight members of the Junge Bläserphilharmonie Ulm. From the middle of the river the prominence welcomed and greeted visitors from all the Danube countries.
Women in Serbia are still in a subordinated position in regard to men in all fields of life, says The Commissioner for Protection of Equality in Serbia in a Regular Annual Report for 2017. Discrimination is especially noticeable in the labor market, in participation public decision-making, in the economic sphere, in education and in gender based violence towards women.
Until 2nd of September an exhibition in the Orangery of Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna will be dedicated to the work of famous composers – female composers.