Reducing Gender Gaps for the Digital Generation
Rapid technological advancements and digitalization are transforming the world of work and how we live our day-to-day lives. It is estimated by European Institute of Gender Equality that attracting more women to the science. technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) sector would lead to economical growth, with more jobs (up to 1.2 million by 2050) and increased gross domestic product over the long term (up to EUR 820 billion by 2050). However women are still only around 17% of all the workforce in ICT field, on EU average.
The Project partners
Cleantech Bulgaria is a business network for clean technologies, innovation and sustainable development. The organization is working actively to introduce resource-efficient solutions leading to a shift to new business models, such as the low carbon and circular economy. Cleantech Bulgaria is a catalyst for innovative solutions and a trusted partner of the business, public administration, science and education.
The „Bulgarian Consultancy Organization “Ltd. (BCO) is the leading consulting company on the Bulgarian market over the past decade. The organization has a strong team of professionals – experts with extensive experience and expertise in the field of the management of EU funds and policies that together managed to impose a quality standard of work in the consulting sector in the country.
Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) is a state university in Cyprus with a strategic target to design and develop research activities both within the University and in cooperation with other research institutes and organizations across Cyprus and abroad. The Sustainable Energy Laboratory of CUT is a multi-departmental research laboratory focusing on sustainable development, and more specifically on climate innovation and education, solar energy, energy efficiency and biomimicry.