TEM4All promotes events planned by STEMinists that aim to exchange knowledge, raise awareness, and break gender stereotypes in STEM in the Europe and Central Asia region. Find and attend events both independently organized or organized by UNDP and UNICEF.
“IT against Violence” is open for university students and young graduates from Central Asian countries and Afghanistan. The Spotlight Digital Challenge aims to educate young people on the critical importance of gender equality for the attainment of sustainable development goals, on the personal, societal, and economic costs of violence against women, and existing gaps in the data on gender-based violence. The participants will learn from real cases that digital technology may help to reveal, prevent and respond to gender-based violence (GBV), and increase their own awareness of new threats and forms of violence brought by ICT. Marathon of ideas Spotlight Digital Challenge will be held online . Each team will have 48 hours to come up with technology ideas (such as mobile apps and web services) to address gender-based violence against women and girls.
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We are delighted to invite you to our next virtual event, “Women in STEM leading climate action in Europe and Central Asia,” organized by STEM4ALL and the Gender Team at the Istanbul Regional Hub. Please save the date and time: Tuesday, March 8 from 14:00 – 15:20 Istanbul time. The interactive event will: - Highlight the contributions of four women in STEM from the Europe and Central Asia region on climate change adaptation, mitigation, and response. - Inspire and advise women and girls in STEM on pursuing and advancing in STEM careers, especially in sustainability and climate action. - Demonstrate the need for an ecosystem (society, private sector, government, educators) and systems approach in STEM fields for a sustainable future.