Hacking for Humanity is a global event, whose purpose is to empower “Girls Who Code” and “Girls in Tech Romania's women community by improving collaboration to solve local social issues and driving tech innovation into NGOs.
This initiative, a women’s cybersecurity workforce development programme named CyberWayFinder (CWF), is born out of an uncomfortable reality: the security of our cyberspace is almost homogeneously designed by men.
The Italian Union of Chambers of Commerce – Unioncamere – has launched an e-Gov training and certification scheme for staff at local chambers of commerce. This scheme develops employees’ ability to plan, develop and operate electronic services.
Sweden’s Digilyftet pilot project has helped small and medium-sized industrial sector companies overcome the significant barriers to using digital technologies – a means to become more competitive and grow their operations.
The Make IT Work programme in the Netherlands is training non-IT university graduates for new careers in IT. In parallel, employers participating in the fast-track training partnerships gain access to the high-quality specialists they need.