The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition aims to mobilise all actors that have the capacity to train and re-skill people with the digital skills they need to take part in society and the labour force to remain productive and employable. This leaflet outlines why your organisation or company should get involved in the Coalition.
The Coding for all flyer aims to inspire members, pledgers, or potential stakeholders of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition to make a pledge in the area of coding. The flyer describes some selected coding initiatives that may be replicated and scaled up at national or European level.
As the impact of social media becomes more relevant, there is an increasing concern that social media —and also technology in general, and particularly Artificial Intelligence— might be replicating or even amplifying existing gender discrimination, prejudices and stereotypes. Identifying the causes might help preventing the negative impact of such technological developments.
We have performed a test aimed at identifying possible areas of further research by trying to isolate the effect of the gender in the functioning of the recommendations algorithm.
Through the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition the European Commission invites companies and organisations to organise activities to equip more women and girls with digital skills and enthuse them to pursue ICT studies and careers.
The European Commission EU Women in Tech initiative is partnering in the GSMA Women 4 Tech Programme at the Mobile World Congress. The rich and exciting programme includes: the Hack D Gap Global Challenge awards for inspiring women-led startups, several sessions on technology-based careers as well as excellent coaching/networking opportunities and tailored thematic tours.
The European Commission will soon launch a call for tenders for a service contract of a maximum value of 60.000 EUR
The purpose of the call for tender is to produce a study which should identify and analyse gender-segregated data on women and digital economy with a view of drawing informed conclusions about the status quo and identifying high-yield actions to correct identified asymmetries (SMART 2016/0025)
The 4th edition of Code Week EU is less than five months away! Between 15 and 23 October, millions of children, young adults, adults, parents, teachers, entrepreneurs, and policymakers will again come together at events, in classrooms and libraries across Europe and beyond to learn to create with code.