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The association, whose activities are not geared to profit, aims to promote development coöperation in countries named in the DAC list of ODA recipient countries of the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee, as well as aid to the East and support for people in need in the EU and EEA.
Dr. med. Maria Hengstberger
Dr. med. Jutta Reisinger
DI. Wolfgang Hitschmann
Mag. Joachim Frank
Mag. Dagmar Ransmayr
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A gender-specific gender spelling is very important to us. We use the internal I notation for this. Our goal is to empower women and promote their self-determination. To do this, we have to create the right images in people’s minds and adapt our language accordingly — because language shapes our perspective.
What picture appears in your head when your doctor, staff member or nurse listens? You see a male doctor, a male staff member and a woman as a nurse, don’t you? Speaking in the male singular/plural confirms stereotypes, but we would like to break them down! We have to make women visible — it starts with the language!
The name Rain Worker is a grammatical gender-independent English word and acts as a brand name, so we do not use gender spelling.