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Some of the EduCode Partners have been involved in to EU projects focusing on 21st century skills and creating great synergies between project partners. Find out more about project outcomes and impacts, now that the projects are coming to an

The latest EIGE study uses a robust econometric model to estimate socio-economic outcomes of improving gender equality in several broad areas including education, labor market participation, wages, and work-life balance.

Being digitally competent means using digital technologies in a confident and safe way for various purposes such as working, getting a job, learning, shopping online, obtaining health information, being included and participating in society, entertainment, etc.

The European Centre for Women and Technology is proud to announce that its own Commitment Smart Cities Gender and Diversity was selected and will start its planning and deployment phase while at the same time cooperating with other selected commitments.

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