• Work–Life Balance innovation at Deutsche Telekom AG

    Supporting work–life balance and addressing women’s underrepresentation in the labour market: approaches and good practices in the ICT sector

  • Gender diversity in action at AON: Understanding the gap

    Supporting work–life balance and addressing the underrepresentation of women in the labour market: approaches and good practices in ICT sector

  • DigiPippi — the coolest girls’ club in Denmark

    Supporting work–life balance and addressing women’s underrepresentation in the labour market: approaches and good practices in the ICT sector

  • Women and men in ICT: a chance for better work–life balance - Research note

    Rapid technological advancements and digitalisation are transforming the world of work and how we live our day-to-day lives. There is an increasing demand for digital skills and higher qualifications across a wide variety of sectors. However, only around 17 % of the almost 8 million ICT specialists are women, and the number of women graduating from ICT studies has been...

  • Cyberbullying restricts young women’s voices online

    Digital technologies offer young women and men innovative ways to get involved in politics. From receiving instant news notifications on political developments, to engaging in online debates and expressing opinions on social media, political and civic participation has become faster and easier. Yet, one of the downsides experienced by this generation, who is the most digitally skilled in the EU...

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  • Gender equality and digitalisation in the European Union

    Digital technology has changed many things in our lives, but how is it affecting gender equality? Digitalisation has transformed the character of the labour market, changed the way we interact with our friends, shaped political participation, is impacting the future of work and also carries the risk of cyber violence. All of the above present new challenges, but also offer...

  • Gender equality and youth: the opportunities and risks of digitalisation – Factsheet

    Digital technologies offer young women and men innovative ways to get involved in politics. From receiving instant news notifications on political developments, to engaging in online debates and expressing opinions on social media, political and civic participation has become faster and easier. Yet, one of the downsides experienced by this generation, who is the most digitally skilled in the EU...

  • EIGE has a great recipe for gender mainstreaming

    Whether you work in the environment, education, the digital agenda or any other policy field, our methods and tools will help you to get started on gender mainstreaming. “EIGE has come up with practical advice to guide you through each step of the gender mainstreaming cycle. We show you how to integrate a gender dimension in your work, regardless of...

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  • Time to get more women in tech

    Flexible working hours, better salaries and a good office environment - getting an Information and Communication technology (ICT) job has many advantages. Still, more than eight out of ten ICT jobs go to men. To mark International Women’s Day, the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) focuses on ways to tap women’s potential in this growing sector. “Deep-rooted stereotypes are...