23 Feb, 2022

COFACE’s member KMOP becomes partner of EQUALS to promote global gender equality in the Digital Age

Young women IT professionals working together on their project.

We are pleased to announce that our member organization, KMOP, has been accepted as a full partner of the EQUALS Global Partnership for Gender Equality in the Digital Age. Launched in 2016, EQUALS is a committed group of corporate leaders, governments, businesses, not-for-profit organizations, academic institutions, NGOs, and community groups around the world dedicated to promoting gender balance in the technology sector by championing equality of access, skills development, and career opportunities for women and men alike. EQUALS uses a multidisciplinary approach that integrates research, policy, and programming to promote gender equality in technology access, skills, and leadership, as well as conducting ground-breaking, evidence-based research. By promoting awareness, building political commitment, leveraging resources and knowledge, harnessing the capacities of partners, and supporting real action – EQUALS seeks to achieve digital gender equality and through this, to improve the livelihoods of millions around the world.

Find out more here.


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