Gender Expert Chamber

Gender Expert Chamber

19. 8. 2015

The Gender Expert Chamber of the Czech Republic is an official, independent platform for cooperation with executive, state, and self-governing administrations. We provide gender analyses and guarantee the expertise of
our members from the field. Our aim is to integrate a gender perspective into the agendas of the state and the private sector through the engagement of highly-qualified gender experts.

Why the Gender Expert Chamber of the Czech Republic?

The establishment of the Gender Expert Chamber of the Czech Republic is a result of a need to create an umbrella platform providing clarity and transparency to gender expertise in the Czech Republic. Thanks to the existence of our information base, institutions and their employees can prepare policies and measures to advance gender equality and equal opportunities more easily and efficiently. Our role is active. We want to advocate for the inclusion of the gender dimension and expertise in relevant agendas of the state and public and private institutions.

Who are our experts?

The Gender Expert Chamber of the Czech Republic guarantees the expertise and quality of services of its members who come from various fields of research and sectors of society. Thanks to this diversity we can provide services of truly specialized experts who will meet your needs and requirements.

The expert database contains professionally-verified individuals with proven results and experience in the field of equal opportunities (for women and men) and gender equality. They specialize in various issues and topics, hence the variability of possibilities for cooperation. They focus on issues, such as the labour market, work-life balance, gender violence and sexual harassment, obstetrics and birthing services, sexual rights of women, human trafficking, LGBT, minorities, immigration and migration, law, education and schooling, and research and innovation.

Gender expert chamber was created as part of the project promoting women's rights in the Czech Republic thanks to the support of the Open Society Fund Prague programme Let’s Give (Wo)men a Chance, financed from Norway Grants.