The private sector plays a key role in addressing gender inequalities in the STEM workforce. Browse through publications portraying the business benefits of diverse workforces and find articles, guides and tools to develop a more robust human resources strategy.
The EQUALS Digital Skills Hub is an online platform for information on projects, resources and good practices to advance digital skills education for women and girls and bridge the gender digital skills divide.
This toolkit aims at supporting the Kosovo Employment Agency (KEA), and specifically it's Employment Offices and Vocational Training Centers, to include a gender perspective in their work, reduce gender blindness, break down stereotypes and contribute to gender equality through their activities.
Gender Gap App helps organizations make data-based decisions, allowing you to measure who is speaking, from which region, with which delegated authority and on what topics
The UNESCO Science Report monitors trends in science governance and scientific endeavour worldwide to track which development path countries are following.
The OECD Centre for Responsible Business Conduct provides a gender perspective to its work through recommendations to identify and assess supply chain risks that affect women and ensure that access to remedies considers a gendered perspective.
BSR’s Gender Equality in Codes of Conduct Guidance provides a framework for companies to integrate gender equality considerations into the standards they use to set supply chain ethical requirements.
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