Prof. Dr. Melanie Sully

Together with the Diplomatic Academy

Empowering Women, with the support of the City of Vienna, Embassies of Canada and Switzerland. Amongst the speakers Dr Melanie Sully, former Federal President of Austria Dr Heinz Fischer et al


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Diplomatic Academy Vienna


New OSCE/ODIHR publication

Are women getting their say in politics is an excellent compendium on the subject published Feb 2016 and Go Governance is pleased to have made an input.


Quotas or not?

A discussion now topical in Austria especially following the appointment of an all-male regional government. Here an interview with Dr Melanie Sully on Austrian Radio November 2015. Other reports and European case studies read on


Women in Politics Post UK Election

Female representation in parliament and the cabinet following the 2015 election by Dr Melanie Sully


Power Politics and Women

Round Table with the OSCE/ODIHR and the Bürgerforum with contributions from Dr Nathalie Tagwerker, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Othmar Karas MEP and Vice President European Parliament, Brigitte Jank MP, Prof Dr Manfried Welan; chaired by Dr Josef Mantl.



Women and Politics, Diplomatic Academy

Dr Melanie Sully spoke at the SAGE gender project run by the students, pictured here with Dr Brigitte Wolf, Austrian Radio and Television


International Conference, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Go-Governance along with our cooperation partners the City of Vienna, Kiev Dialogue, International Renaissance Foundation and others supports an international conference on women's participation in decision-making


OSCE/ODIHR Study Tour Austria


OSCE/ODIHR Study Tour of Women Parliamentarians in Vienna, December, 2012 in the Hofburg and Parliament. Dr Melanie Sully chaired a session looking at countries in the West Balkans.
Meeting with Speaker of the Austrian Parliament and Study Group on Women in Politics, Vienna, December, 2012


Reports on Women in Politics, Dr Melanie Sully

Photo: ParlDion, J. Weichselbaum

 Reports on Women in Parliament by Prof Dr Melanie Sully