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Special events - GITF - Bridging the gender gap in ICT (open to externals)

Date: 
7 Mar 2019 08.30 - 7 Mar 2019 10.00
Gender Initiatives Task Force
All Committees

Today, women account for about 25 percent of graduates in STEM studies. When it comes to ICT, just 3 percent of graduates are female. These numbers are particularly concerning considering the rising demand for digital and ICT skills in Europe and around the world. This Gender Initiatives breakfast will scope out ways to increase ICT skills for girls and women and fight gender imbalance in the ICT sector. We will also explore the potential of partnerships between industry, educational and public actors throughout the skills development process.

 

Manuela Catrina, State Secretary, Romanian Ministry of Communication and Information Society, will give introductory remarks and provide an overview of the Romanian Presidency priorities on gender and digital issues. A panel discussion with corporate and institutional speakers will follow.

We encourage all female attendees to bring a male colleague guest.

Please inform us of any additional guests.

A light breakfast will be provided

 

Questions? Contact Emilie Bartolini at eba@amchameu.eu

 

Reception - Transatlantic Reception 2019 (by invitation only)

Date: 
20 Mar 2019 18.00 - 20 Mar 2019 20.00
EP Outreach TF
All Committees

 

For additional information, please contact Emilie Bartolini eba@amchameu.eu

Conference - Transatlantic Conference 2019 (public paying event)

Date: 
21 Mar 2019 09.00 - 21 Mar 2019 14.30
Transatlantic Task Force
All Committees

This year’s Transatlantic Week theme is ‘Atlantic drift? The EU, the US and the WTO in a new world’. The tectonics of the global economy are rapidly shifting, creating new challenges for the historic EU-US partnership and the role of the WTO.

Can we avoid a transatlantic drift – or even a global one?

Featuring:

Keynote speaker

Cecilia Malmström

European Commissioner for Trade

Presentation of the Transatlantic Economy
study 2019

Joseph P. Quinlan

Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University

Thanks to our sponsor

Last year's highlights

Questions? Contact Tim Adamson TAD@amchameu.eu