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Guidelines Women in ICT (Malta)

Language: EN

Posted by Mahira Spiteri

These guidelines are aimed at all stakeholders who may have concerns about the low percentage of women in the ICT sector. The relevant stakeholders can be small, medium and large enterprises together with NGOs, gender equity advocacy coalitions, the media, educators, career advisors, the government and decision makers. The introductory part of these guidelines provides a short summary of facts and statistics that describe some issues that women face in the ICT sector, and then suggests possible reasons why women are underrepresented in this area. The second part of the document provides guidelines that may be adopted for increasing and retaining women in the ICT sector.

Resource Author(s): 
e-Skills Malta Foundation
Publication Date:
Monday, 16 April, 2018
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