Woman of the Year awards ceremony is a signature event for the ADMWE, the first awards ceremony was successfully organised in 2012 since then, every June, the achievements and successes of extraordinary and inspirational Mongolian women are acknowledged and honoured and it has undoubtedly inspired many others in their creativity and success. This event is not only to celebrate Mongolian mothers and children’s day and honour the achievements of Mongolian women in Europe also aims to increase awareness and help to reduce domestic violence against children and woman amongst the Mongolian community.

Invitation to Our 12th Annual Event

"Women in Industry: Small and Medium Size Businesses" Forum Speakers

Battsetseg Batmunkh, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mongolia

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the National University of Mongolia in 1996, a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Finance and Economics of Mongolia in 2000 and a Master of Business Administration from Maastricht School of Management in 2005. Previously she has served in various executive positions at Munkhiin Useg Group, and as Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs. She speaks Mongolian, English and Russian

H.E Mr Gansukh Damdin, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia to the Republic of Czechia and Slovak Republic


H.E Ing. Jiří Drahoš, DrSc, Senator of the Parliament of the Czech Republic


Ms E.Altandolgio, Senior specialist of Momaid BAA agency, the Czech Republic

“Experience and skills of working in virtual environment
– Examples in Czech Republic”


Ms Maitsetseg Sugar, Chaiperson of ”Youth Business Council” under the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Founder and CEO of Top Genius Education Centre

“One goal, One policy”


Ms Ayana Sambuu Zandraa, Founder and President of the cultural association ‘New Opera Dimensions’ in Rome, Italy

“Art Industry: New opera dimensions, metsenatism”

Ms B.Urangoo, Former Adviser to the Special Committee on North East Asia Cooperation of Mingju Party, South Korea, Leader of “Mongolian Dream to Create Together” NGO


Mr Pavel Pejchrt, Honorary Consul of Mongolia to Hradec Kralove of the Czech Repubic  /TBC/


Ms T.Uranchimeg, Professor of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology

“Artificial Intelligence, Machine Production”

D.Sarantuya, Director, Founder of “Sara’s magic fingers” clinic in Prague, Czech Republic

“How to succeed in getting opportunities from challenges” 


Mr Gabriel Stein, an independent macroeconomic commentator and forecaster on monetary and central banking matter, UK

In 1980, he graduated from Stockholm School of Economics. In 1981 he worked at the Israeli Ministry of Finance international relations department. From 1982 to 1990 he ran Stein Brothers, a public affairs and economics research consultancy, first in Stockholm and (from 1990) in London. 

From 1991 to 2012 Gabriel was chief international economist of Lombard Street Research where he helped set up the company’s world service. During this time, he wrote and commented on all major world economies. From 2012 to 2014 he ran his own macroeconomic forecasting consultancy, Stein Brothers (UK). In 2014, Stein Brothers (UK) was acquired by Oxford Economics, and he became their Director, Asset Management Services. From October 2016 to August 2017, he was Managing Director, Developed Markets Research at 4Cast RGE.

Gabriel has guest lectured at numerous universities in the United Kingdom and abroad. From 2019 to 2021 he was Associate Lecturer at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, where he taught a course on ‘EU Politics and Policy’; Since 2021, he has been a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Buckingham, teaching Principles of Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Theory, as well as Central Banking (History, Strategy and Operations), the latter at Master level. From  2023 he also teaches Money & Banking at the University of Languages and International Studies – Vietnam National University in Hanoi.

Gabriel has an MA in military history, and a PhD in Economics History, both from the University of Buckingham. He has written four historical novels (An English Revenge, An English King, An English Succession and Sailing Free – the saga of Kári the Icelander) and a non-fiction book on Sweden and the Crimean War (King Oscar’s Gamble). 

Project 1: Positive Girls:

Mongolian Child and Youth Psychological Health Association, Positive Dadal and Optimal N Мax 


Project 2: A Project against Physical and Psychological Violence against woman and girls and to protect them from Mental Illness, provide psychological support, rehabilitation and raise social awareness. 

A Project lead: Dr. U.Oyunchimeg 

Төрөлхийн гаж Хөгжлөөс Урьдчилан Сэргийлэх Сан,
БГД 12, 34 Хороо, Хорооны Цагдаагийн Хэсэг,
Халдварт Өвчин Судлалын Үндэсний Төв,
Сэтгэцийн Эрүүл Мэндийн Үндэсний Төв,
БГД-ийн Жижиг, Дунд Үйлдвэрлэл , Сургалтын Төв хамтран хэрэгжүүлэх

Participant Registration

Women in Industry: Small & Medium Size Businesses

09:00 – 13:00 

Grandior Hotel Prague, Na Poříčí 1052/42, 110 00 Florenc, Czechia

Women of the Year – 2024 Awards Ceremony

18:00 – 23:00 

Grandior Hotel Prague, Na Poříčí 1052/42, 110 00 Florenc, Czechia

To register email us on: [email protected] 

Ticket Price: 70 EUR

Raiffeisen Bank
Account name: Tungalag Honegr
Account Number: 1607775093/ 5500
IBAN: CZ39 5500 0000 0016 0772 5093

Nominees for "Woman of the Year -2024" Awards

Coming soon…

Introduction of the Nominees

Coming soon…

"Women of the Year 2024" Programme

The Association for the Development of Mongolian Women in Europe (ADMWE) is a non-profit NGO, established in 2011 and based in London. The main objective of the organization is to focus on creating work and business networks among Mongolian women in abroad and to facilitate opportunities for professional growth, networking, and collaboration. The ADMWE is also committed to support and fund projects on eliminating domestic violence against women and girls, thereby promoting the rights and well-being of women and girls and striving towards a more just and inclusive society.


Our association brings together Mongolian women who have pursued higher education in Europe and have excelled in their respective professional fields. Our representatives across multiple European countries including the UK, Germany, Belgium, Poland, the Netherlands, Türkiye, Ireland, Czech, and Mongolia provide a diverse and widespread network and by leveraging each members’ expertise and experiences gained from international education and professional endeavors.

Since its establishment, the ADMWE hosted annual events in one of the European countries. Last year, the ADMWE organized “Sustainable Tourism – Women” business forum in Istanbul, Türkiye. Over 200 participants from 15 countries gathered and discussed the opportunities, good practices of Türkiye, Balkan countries and tourism sector challenges in the framework of “Welcome to Mongolia” initiative announced by the Government of Mongolia. The forum participants made appeal to everyone abroad to contribute the tourism sector of Mongolia, being a voluntary ambassador.

This year, the business forum will be convened in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic under the title “Women in Industry: Small and medium size businessesto share experiences and new ideas of professional sectors focusing on good experiences of the host country, and seek an opportunity to start business at home. The creative mongolians in different business sectors from the Czech Republic and leading wealth owners from other European countries are cordialy invited to participate in the forum. 

Next year the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Czech Republic will be celebrated. In this context, ADMWE is partnering with the Embassy of Mongolia in Czechia to organize this year’s event in Prague. Moreover, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia, Youth Business Council under the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Global Mongolian Women Together NGO and many others are supporting the event.  

Also, this year we are focusing on aid to local herding communities those are severely affected by the natural disaster such as dzuds, which poses an imminent threat to our country’s economy and traditional livelihood of our nomadic herders.

3 Day Europe Tour Info

Day 1: Prague – Austria
Overnight in Vienna
Day 2: Austira to Hungary
Overnight in Budapest
Day3: Hungary to Slovakia
Return to Prague later in the day

What is included: 
– Tour guide
– Transport from/to Prague throughout
– Overnight Hotel and breakfast

Not included: 
– Flight ticket
– Accomodation in Prague
– Lunch Dinner
– Ticket to attractions

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