To mark the Europe Code Week and in the frames of the Teach Digital project which aims at increasing the digital learning outcomes of lower-skilled migrant and ethnic minority background women and boosting their personal and professional development, European Network of Migrant Women is hosting a workshop addressing the specific needs of migrant women in the digital sphere.
The workshop consists of a series of thematic presentation by migrant women experts working in the fields of digital rights, digital content creation and migrant women’s rights. Throughout the workshop, the experts will share concrete practices and tools aimed at enhancing digital skills of migrant women – from communication to content creation, from problem solving to online safety.
The workshop will be followed by a discussion with the participants and a networking reception.
- Iffat Gill, The Code to Change, Netherlands
- Adriana S.Thiago, European Network of Migrant Women (ENoMW), Belgium
- Jekaterina Saveljeva, femLENS, Ireland
- Belén Sanz, European Digital Rights, Belgium
- Yasmine Akhtar, Go-Woman! Alliance, UK
DATE: 12 October 2022, 14-18h CET
PLACE: Mundo-B, Rue d'Edimbourg 26, 1050, Brussels Registration is obligatory as number of spaces in the workshop are limited