Project outputs at international and national level

The Equal Pay Day project is included by the European Commission as an educational measure of the EU and its member states to support equal pay.

EPD as part of BPW International’s global campaign to highlight inequality in more than 100+ countries around the world.

The European Campaign for Equal Pay includes Equal Pay Day activities in its annual report and compares the impact of activities in EU countries.

The outputs of the project are quoted in the Report on Equality between Women and Men, e.g. here.

We have been organizing Equal Pay Day in the Czech Republic since 2010


Speakers at the conference


Female role models as mentors


Supported women

Cooperative projects

Empowering Women Mentoring

For the sixth time, we will ceremoniously end the six-month comprehensive mentoring program for 60 talented women from companies at EPD, to support their competences by offering a selection of 70+ mentors and topics, and to connect their professional network with thousands of EPD participants.

Academy for Women Entrepreneurs

Every year, the project for Czech businesswomen offers networking for 45 current students of the AWE Academy as well as Alumni graduates, including the opportunity to present their business at the AWE Market.

Equal Pay Day is going international

Thanks to the cooperation with the Central European Initiative (CEI), we regularly include foreign personalities from European countries in the program. Long-term cooperation created, among other outputs, a Manifesto that supports women’s empowerment.

Wonder Women

As part of the Equal Pay Day 2022 campaign, we pointed out that there is still a lack of female role models in the public space who would help junior women show the way, build self-confidence and use shared experiences to succeed in their careers.

Since 2010, with the help of our own activities, we have been diligently presenting so-called Role models and their professional skills, which can be an inspiration and courage to other women and help them understand the importance of equal representation of women.

Zuzana Lošáková

Drahomíra Mandíková

Helena Horská

Ivana Tůmová