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in Cologne is a debate on the street names burned out. These are not tailored, since only 10 percent named after women. That should change now.

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de Mathematics Gives the Fighters for Gender Equality , as is the name of the new German, right: 90 percent of road names, so was found to carry male name and only 10 percent female. At the same time, women make 51 percent of the population.

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as the star reports , this imbalance is now fixed. The Council Announcement from Greens, CDU and Volt as well as SPD and LINKE also points out that there are still many street names to reflect the load of the colonial heritage and should also be replaced.

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Female and Anti-Colonial

The Association of Social Democratic Women (ASF) says: "Women (...) not only 51 percent of the population, but are crucial in politics, economics and society".

Appearance can be obtained from Manfred Richter , the regulatory spokesman for the Greens: "Street signs in Cologne still have a relation to colonial exploitation or express no gender justice. We urgently need an update for a contemporary designation of our streets and squares. "

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Already beginning April 2022 is now a committee of which the measures adopted and can be addressed and implemented. Judge adds what the working group to me is mainly to me:

"We want to show the strength of variety and convey the strong role of women in politics, economics and society. With new terms we can express where we as City company stands and a sustainable sign set for acceptance, peace and equality. "

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The Liberal government has made gender equality a top priority, but its latest federal budget benefits men more than women because many spending initiatives target male-dominated sectors. A statement and impacts report on gender and diversity that accompanied the budget says nearly half of the budget's measures — 44 per cent — are expected to benefit women and men in equal proportions, while 42 per cent are expected to directly or indirectly benefit men. Only a considerably smaller share of the budget measures — roughly 14 per cent — will directly or indirectly benefit women.

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