NSF, GeorgiaTech and the Ohio State University join forces with the European Centre for Women and Technology to sustain a community of excellence for Women's International Research Engineering Summits ...
Empowering Women through Technology Award 2011 to LIA- Lithuanian Windows to the Future
Through the "Window to the Future" training led by LIA Lithuania has gained about 45,000 women for the employment market and for driving growth...
Girls, Women and ICT Conference, VHTO, Amsterdam
On International Women's Day IBM and VHTO organizes a conference on girls, women and ICT. Marja van Bijsterveldt, Minister of Education, Culture and Science will be present
Address: Johan Huizingalaan 765, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Organiser: VHTO & IBM
Start: 08/03/12 02:00 PM End: 08/03/12 06:00 PM
Science Factor 2012 France - Winners announced
The winners announce in the successful campaign and competition for recruiting more young people to science, technology and engineering in France.
WHO CAN BE A MEMBER?
According to § 6 of the Statutes of the ECWT Members of the European Centre for Women and Technology (ECWT) are
• public national- regional-local authorities and organizations
• private companies (corporates and SMEs)
• universities and research institutes
• NGOs (non-government organizations, voluntary organizations and networks)
• individuals with expertise in women and technology issues
ie. both organizations and individuals in all 49 European countries interested in measurably and significantly increasing the participation of women in the ICT sector and related sectors are welcome as members.
Membership is formalized upon the signing of the ECWT Membership Agreement, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that defines the mutual rights and obligations of ECWT Members and a Code of Conduct.
Start for inGenious
inGenious is one of the largest and most strategic projects in science education undertaken in Europe: 26 partners from 16 countries, including 7...
Winners of Aalto University's Women of the Future Award 2011
Linda Liukas, and Rails Girls and Tuija Lindström and Pasi Vuorimaa,Havukoski school, Vantaa - new generation young Finnish innovators in ICT
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Women are closing the gender gap on men in health and education but still cannot get a firm foot in the political and business area as revealed by the Global Gender Gap Report 2011.
SAP occupies over 54.000 peoples in more than 120 countries. 18 percent managers are female. Not enough for the largest software company. They established in 2011 a global target of 25 percent of leadership positions filled with women by 2017. Interview with Phyllis Stewart Pires, SAP’s Global Head of Diversity.
e-skills Week 2012 invites everyone keen to go Digital to activities all around Europe! Follow our portal to find out more!