The event was opened by Lucía Cerón, Director of the Institute for Women and for Equal Opportunities, who stressed the importance of institutional and personal support for these kinds of initiatives in order to support and transform society so that
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
A delegation of Gandia City led by Mayor Gandia, Diana Morant, and the Counsellor for Economic Development, Alicia Izquierdo, have highly valued the days of intensive work in Oslo and Drammen they have done the last three days within the
Cortechs, a new disruptive e-health company of wearable brainwave technologies that help children with ADHD focus on tasks more effectively, has been named winner of the FutureHealth programme at the NDRC.
ECWT and E-SCN are pleased to announce a strategic partnership based on their mutual focus on equality and opportunities for youth within the ICT sector. This is specifically in line with the promotion of STEM and in particular CS education
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.
The National Center for Women & Information Technology - NCWIT announced the 23 June at the CGI America meeting in Denver launching of a Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America Commitment to Action, valued at $3.71 million dollars, to engage 10,000
Winners of the European Women Innovators Award 2014. The 2014 year's winners of the EU Prize for Women Innovators are Saskia Biskup (Germany, first prize), Laura van 't Veer (The Netherlands, second prize), and Ana Maiques (Spain, third prize).