The EQUALS in TECH AWARDS
Every year, we give awards to people
who are helping girls and women
get equal access, skills and opportunities online and in the tech industry.
2021 EQUALS in Tech Award Finalists
Improving women's and girls’ digital technology access, connectivity and security
Teaches and trains women leaders and businesswomen using the e-learning platform Kolibri, while also introducing STEM to young girls.
Foundation that aims to empower women by providing access to digital financial services, training and support.
Supporting development of science, technology, engineering and math skills of women and girls
Brazilian platform that provides resources to support, guide and encourage women studying and working in STEM.
Encourages young women in Lebanon to explore and venture into science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
LEADERSHIP IN TECH
Promoting women in decision-making roles within the ICT field
Builds a more inclusive tech environment by creating a network of black women tech leaders in Brazil.
Government program in Saudi Arabia program providing trainings on emerging technologies and empowering digital champions.
LEADERSHIP IN SME
Promoting women’s leadership in technology SMEs
Helps women (particularly those owning MSMEs) in Indonesia to develop and/or grow their business, as well as increase access to supply chains.
Free mobile learning platform in Nigeria for women to learn vocational, financial, digital and business skills, motivating them to create their own small businesses.
Initiatives working to expand digital gender divide knowledge in support of evidence-based decision-making
Research study on the design of the qualitative inclusion, equal opportunities, and participatory work environment index in digital government agencies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Online platform that automates the delivery of customized gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) analysis to empower decision makers with critical information.
Explores the collection, sharing and use of data in creating social impact in communities, specifically focusing on African feminist movements.
Researching legal responses to victims of digital gender violence such as non-consensual dissemination of intimate images through mobile devices and the internet.
Taif University project demonstrating how values have pervasive impact on human behavior through a case study of Saudi women’s visibility in digital media.