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International Women’s Day 2022: Accelerating action, breaking bias, creating change

Whilst women account for 48% of the global workforce, they remain significantly outnumbered in the technology industry - only 26% of jobs in computer-related sectors are occupied by women and just 27.1% of managers and leaders in the...

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Women in Indian tech: a journey of promise

A look at how India’s tech sector invests in helping female talent reach their greatest potential.

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Women in the workplace and why equity matters

Studies have consistently shown that boosting diversity and gender equity in the workplace benefits organisations and their bottom lines, and researchers have confirmed that having more women in the workplace increases well-being for...

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Inclusivity leads to diversity: How men can be better allies for women in tech

A rising proportion of women are developing coding skills compared to the current proportion of female programmers and software developers. Joanna Hodgson, solutions architect lead at Red Hat explains the value that men can bring by...

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The evolution of women in tech

Donna Kelly, Senior Vice President at CGI UK looks at how women can navigate complex situations with their colleagues, and how the industry has evolved and how far it still has to go.

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Tech's gender imbalance: Is progress being made?

Despite decades of progress towards workplace equality, women remain hugely underrepresented in the UK's technology workforce. The technology sector should do more to support women, and arguably, is best placed to do so. So what needs...

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