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Balanced participation of women and men in decision-making is a principle of the inclusive democracy and one of the pre-conditions for de facto gender equality. In Slovenia, a general commitment to gender balanced participation and representation is set down in the Act on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men (2002). I

n Slovenia, over 60 % of tertiary education graduates are women, women represent nearly a half of working force, and most women work in full-time arrangement. Taking into account the education, women enter the labour market better skilled than men, but their representation in the highest decision-making positions in economy drops significantly. In the boardrooms of the largest listed companies, women occupy approximately 20 % of the seats, among the presidents of the largest listed companies there is only 5 % of women (Source: Database: Women and men in decision-making, 2014).


Therefore the Include.All project's general goal is to improve representation of women at the highest positions of management and leadership in economy and business.

Project's partners are: Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Managers' Association of Slovenia and The Commission for the Prevention of Corruption.



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With the financial support of the EU PROGRESS programme the project Include.All is being implemented in 2013 - 2015 period.