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“Women Usually Ended Up Second Class”: Remarks from an International Women’s Perspective

  • Franziska Lukas
  • Ulrike SoegtropEmail author
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Part of the CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance book series (CSEG)

Abstract

The situation of women in the Benedictine order is reflected in this chapter. The authors reflect upon the experiences female participants in leadership courses made and what can be improved in the future. They come up with a lot of helpful proposals to improve future courses regarding gender-specific issues. An example is group work in gender-separate teams where women could flourish who would not dare speak in the large group.

Reference

  1. Häring, S. (2016). Einander Geschwister sein … Communio Internationalis Benedictinarum (CIB). Studie zur rechtlichen Entwicklung der Beziehungen benediktinischer Frauengemeinschaften untereinander und zur Confoederatio Benedictina (1965–2009), Studien zur monastischen Kultur 9. St. Ottilien: EOS.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.St. Scholastica AbbeyDinklageGermany

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