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The EQUALS Digital Skills Hub
An EQUALS report by GSMA
This new report examines how men and women in middle and senior management positions define leadership, with a particular focus on the gendered differences in leadership perceptions. This is critical, as perceptions of power, among other factors, affect the gender gap in leadership.
Lead partner: GSMA
Talking Tech is an interview series in which girls and young women in technology interview women who are role models, leaders, or established tech professionals.
EQUALS Research Coalition, members conducted an analysis of the state of sex-disaggregated information and communications technology (ICT) data in Africa in international databases. This analysis builds on the inaugural 2019 EQUALS Research Coalition Report in which Chapter 6 covered “The state of sex- disaggregated data” in ICT Access, Skills, Leadership, and the Dark Side of ICT.
The handbook provides 1) guidance on how to take concrete actions and 2) insights to help policymakers understand how to best influence policy making processes and advocate for gender equality. The handbook also offers an initial actionable checklist for policymakers on how to set up policy actions that are gender equal. Will be available in six languages here.
An EQUALS report by UNICEF and ITU
Marking the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, this report calls attention to the potential of STEM education to transform gender norms in education, to improve quality learning opportunities for girls, and to highlight key actions to accelerate girls’ transition between education and technical expert jobs in STEM industries.
Lead partner: UNICEF
I'd Blush if I Could: closing gender divides in digital skills through education
A report by the EQUALS Skills Coalition
This report analyses the gender gap in ICT skills and the feminization of digital voice assistants, explores the inverse correlation between gender equality and technological skills and education around the world, and provides recommendations for policy-makers and practitioners.
Lead partners: UNESCO, BMZ and GIZ
More than 100 partners have joined EQUALS to bridge the gender digital divide. We are international organizations, private companies, governments, academic institutions, nonprofits, and civil society. And we all believe that everyone can be #EQUALSinTech.
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