For Gender Budgeting to bear fruit it takes persons who are committed to implementing and further developing it. Some of these persons – international experts from the academia as well as experienced practitioners – present their approaches, ideas, thoughts as well as regional or country-specific Gender Budgeting projects in this section.

Alexandra Nagl, Provincial Government of Styria

Andrea Schrammel, Federal Ministry of Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs

Annalisa Roselli, University of Rome Tor Vergata

Birgir Björn Sirugjónsson, City of Reykjavík

Christine Färber, HAW Hamburg

Daniela Bankier, Gesa Böckermann and Salla Saastamoinen, European Commission/DG Justice

Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger, University of Economics Vienna

Elisabeth Klatzer, Economist, researcher, activist and consultant

Elisabeth Pösel, Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology

Elisabeth Stiefel, Economist and expert on labour market integration and further vocational training and education of women

Evgenia Tsoumani, Greek League for Women’s Rights, Political Union of Women 

Francesca Bettio, University of Siena

Gabriele Heinisch-Hosek, former Federal Minister of Education and Women’s Affairs of Austria

Gulay Gunluk-Senesen, University of Istanbul

Helmut Berger, Austrian Parliament

Irene Fitzka, Federal Ministry of Finances

Karina Ringhofer, Provincial Government of Burgenland

Katharina Mader, University of Economics Vienna

Klaus Feiler, State Secretary Berlin

Marija Petronjevic, Fenomena

Monika Lindermayr, Provincial Government of Vorarlberg

Nicole Jemming, Gender Equality Department, City of Esch-sur-Alzette

Nicole Mathé, Juridicum/University of Vienna

Renée Parlar, City of Munich

Sabine Oberhauser, former Federal Minister of Women’s Affairs (06/2016-02/2017)

Sybille Pirklbauer, Chamber of Labour/Austria

Ulrike Spangenberg, Institute for Gender Equality Processes and Strategies (Institut für gleichstellungsorientierte Prozesse und Strategien e.V.)

Vera Jauk, Head of Dep. III/1, Ministry of Women, Families and Youth in the Federal Chancellery

Virginija Langbakk, EIGE

Wolfgang Wagner, Federal Ministry of Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs

Yolanda Jubeto, University of the Basque Country, Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Applied Economics I Department

Ines Stilling, Federal Minister for Women, Families and Youth

Juliane Bogner-Strauß, former Federal Minister for Women, Families and Youth

Susanne Raab, Federal Minister for Women and Integration