OxHRH Research Associate Dr Babara Havelkova Awarded for her Work on Gender Equality in the Czech Republic

by | Mar 11, 2016

Barbara Havelkova, Shaw Foundation Fellow in Law at Lincoln College and
Research Associate of the OxHRH, was awarded the Golden Frog for fighting
against gender stereotypes and prejudice in the public sphere. The award
is given by a group of Czech NGOs working towards equal opportunities of
men and women. The nominations are sent in by the public and chosen by
an expert panel. Barbara received the award on International Women’s Day
at a ceremony in Prague

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