For centuries women had to fight to be recognised as equal, and the road to full implementation is expected to remain still very long. The World Economic Forum estimates it between 54 years for Europe and 163 years for East Asia and the Pacific. In the EU – irrespective of all legal commitments and political declarations – women are today still paid some 20% less for the same job as men. And the access to executive positions is globally on average still twice harder for women than for men. At the same time, in most countries about 60% of all university graduates are women.