Women in the Digital Era
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Information and communications technology (ICT) is crucial to providing equal opportunities for women around the globe.
But it remains an area where women commonly experience discrimination and exclusion.
From access to digital jobs to safety online, a lot remains to be done in order to achieve a level playing field.
Closing the gender gap in the digital sector is a top priority of Huawei.
“Our aim is to inspire a new generation of women to work in tech,” says Abraham Liu, Huawei’s Chief Representative to the European Institutions.
Concrete action towards this commitment is taken at many different levels – from creating job opportunities for women in an area traditionally dominated by men, to improving the work-life balance of staff and delivering tech that helps women participate fully in the economy and society.
To find out more and hear from experts in this field, check out our videos on women in tech by clicking on the name of the speaker you are interested in.
The jobs of the future must be female too
As we celebrate International Girls in ICT Day, it is good to remind ourselves of why we mark these dates in the first place: to stress the importance of empowering the women of tomorrow to harness the full potential of the digital world.
International Women's Day special
Celebrating the amazing contributions by women to digital progress and a more sustainable world. This second edition of Women In Tech News hears from #WomenOfHuawei and beyond about how digital empowerment can help us achieve true gender equality in the years to come.
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For the European Union to come out of this pandemic stronger, we all need to work together to make the digital era an inclusive, prosperous and successful one – one where the gender gap finally closes for good.