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This year’s International Women’s Day’s thematic “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality” offers the perfect opportunity to explore the nexus between peacebuilding, gender equality and technology. Hard to believe, but these three are much more interconnected than you think!
According to the report of the European Commission, “ICT for work: Digital skills in the workplace”, 90% of occupations now require basic digital skills.
Objectives: To encourage women´s participation in STEM studies and careers and ensure enhanced inclusion of women in the digital economy, the European Commission will support young female students in developing their digital and entrepreneurship competences.
Year by year, the number of women on FTSE 100 boards continues to rise. It’s an upward trajectory that should be celebrated, of course – lifting from just 12% a decade ago to a more palatable 39% in 2021.