ITs4Women aims to improve the position of women in modern society by making them more aware of the importance of digital skills.At the EU level, the number of women with digital skills and those in ICT sector is much lower than the number of men. This causes social disparities and discrimination. Let's fix this now! Check out the Learning Path!
Discover all the initiatives where you can develop your digital skills.
ITs4Women is a complete gateway showcasing programmes, workshops, events and much more.
The platform gathers relevant initatives to motivate women to work on their digital skills and get them interested in the IT world. Get started now, it’s free!
Increase women social inclusion
Provide relevant learning opportunities
Promote the adoption of digital technologies
Aiming for diversity in the TECH workforce
Develop innovative teaching methods
Getting ready for an epic launch in 2022!
The gender gap in IT is a global issue. Organisations all over the world are working towards a solution and we would like to give them the opportunity to gather in an online platform.
Another reason to work transnationally and to include initiatives from all over Europe on this platform is to increase the opportunities for girls and women in all countries.
We just released our first report, which outlines the strategic directions for the project. Feel free to download it from the link below!
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A powerful alliance of regional actors
ITs4Women is establishing an effective regional alliance, covering a wide range of ICT related individuals and companies, that are experts in digital skills, training digital skills, interacting with underserved social groups and those who have advanced IT skills. . We believe that gathering such powerful network will lead to tremendous results!
A pioneering team for change
ITs4Women is led by a well-balanced, and complementary mix of organizations. The partnership is made up of organizations experts in issues related to the objectives of the project mainly: digital skills, training digital skills, interacting with underserved social groups and those who have advanced IT skills.