Women make up 52% of the European population, yet only account for 2 out of 5 scientists and engineers.

To solve the challenges of Women and Girls in Science we have to listen to them and work on policies to help close the STEM gender gap. This action could create an additional 1.2 million jobs, and improve EU GDP by €610 -€820 billion by 2050, according to the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE).

Join our coffee chat live on Facebook on Thursday, 25th February at 11:00 CET, where we will be discussing this and related topics with:

Maria da Graça Carvalho MEP, Rapporteur of the Resolution on Closing the Digital Gender Gap

Bárbara Buades, Co-founder and CEO of Meetoptics

Sara Wellens, Science PhD student

Joanne Sweeney, CEO of the Digital Training Institute of Ireland






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