Articles & Interviews
At the age of 15, ten times fewer girls than boys consider taking up a technical profession. In order to counteract this imbalance, to provide impetus to the debate, and to offer recommendations for companies, policymakers, educators and parents, eco - Association of the Internet Industry has published a white paper entitled: "Girls in Tech: A Call to Action" for Girls' Day on 28 April.
Women face gender-specific bias in the workplace far more often than men. These are the results of a survey conducted throughout Germany by eco – Association of the Internet Industry in cooperation with the market and opinion research institute Civey*.
Dr Julia Freudenberg and Stefanie Susser inspire children and the young generation to learn computer programming with the Hacker School. In our interview, they tell us why it is important to secure the next generation of women in the IT industry and how companies and IT specialists can get involved with the Hacker School. Anyone...
With the recently launched public Female Speakers Directory, eco aims to countervail male-dominated expert panels (Manels) and give female digital experts a place on the stages of tech events.
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