Since 2010, the Digital Agenda for Europe has sought to harness the power of technology to drive the EU’s economic growth for the benefit of all European citizens. Yet women continue to find themselves at a disadvantage when it comes to acquiring digital skills and entering the digital labour market. This has resulted in an EU-wide skills deficit and slow growth in this sector.
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Mainstreaming Gender into the Policies and the Programmes of the Institutions of European Union and ...