12 November 2005

Blanka Rihova

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The Czech portrait illustrates how social changes can affect employment practices. Figures in this country show how the number of women in research is inversely proportional to the job’s prestige

The Czech portrait illustrates how social changes can affect employment practices. Figures in this country show how the number of women in research is inversely proportional to the job’s prestige. Hence follows the question about how far the loss of prestige has been linked to the new liberalism. Our video is about the success story of Blanka Rihova - Director of the Institute of Microbiology and former member of the Czech Republic. Blanka talks about the condition of female researchers in her country, today and in the past.

 

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