Our working group “Women in Politics” is about empowering women in every field, including finance, defence, culture, law, infrastructure, engineering, transport and business.

Despite the fact, that the number of women raised recently in politics, it is still not even 7%, while women have the potential to accomplish and transform the theory into the result very professionally. We need more women in politics and in decision making process.


What is the main goal of this working group?


We aim to make women aware about women input and results in politics and how we can make it more. Our purpose is to help each other to empower women in politics, their role in politics and plan how we can support each other in every way to push each other to be candidates and how to support them to win the elections to take part in decision making process. The power that women have, is extremely strong and it has to be applied. We have to empower each other and involve men to support women empowerment in politics and decision-making processes.


If you are interested in participating in this working group, please send an email with your contact details to: women-in-politics@elfr.eu and we will come back to you as soon as possible. Please put workinggroups@elfr.eu in CC. We are looking forward to your contribution!

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Piotr Azia
Piotr Azia, Polish-Italian, I feel more European than anything else. My contributions range from the media to culture, the environment and geopolitics – and any subject that may merit discussing from a liberal point of view. I also organise ELfR webinars – get in touch if you have a subject you’d like to discuss or see included in future
WG Women in politics

Piotr Azia


Piotr Azia, Polish-Italian, I feel more European than anything else. My contributions range from the media to culture, the environment and geopolitics – and any subject that may merit discussing from a liberal point of view. I also organise ELfR webinars – get in touch if you have a subject you’d like to discuss or see included in future


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