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Over fifty girls presented a dozen mobile apps which they have developed to tackle challenges around them, such as bullying at school, homophobia and sexist violence. The apps were presented at the Girls for a Change act, aimed at minimising the digital gender divide and promoting equal opportunities.

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We seek the best solutions and projects to reduce the digital gender divide and boost female talent in the tech industry.

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Following the success of the first edition on 13 December, involving over 60 people and 50 different organisations, we held a second Maker Morning.

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L’objectiu és donar a conèixer entre els i les joves les carreres professionals de ciència, tecnologia, art i disseny i matemàtiques (STEAM) i apropar la tecnologia a la ciutadania.

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La nova oferta pretén millorar la inclusió digital dels col·lectius més vulnerables, despertar vocacions tecnològiques i científiques entre els més joves i preparar els professionals per a les demandes del mercat de treball actual i els reptes de futur.

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Barcelona City Council, through Barcelona Activa, is leading the cluster on cities and urban development. This cluster tackles the increasingly complex challenges due to social changes, technological innovation and the lack of resources faced by cities.

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Esta nueva Medida de Gobierno define la Estrategia de Datos del Ayuntamiento desarrollada en el marco del Plan de Transformación Digital.

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At 6 pm last Friday the district of Les Corts inaugurated the Biblioteca Montserrat Abelló, which becomes the district’s new central library and is located at C/ Comtes de Bell-lloc 192-200.

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The Indian Company GingerMind Technologies has been chosen as the winner for its prototype glasses featuring a camera which analyses images, facilitates navigation and safety when crossing the road. The glasses guide visually-impaired people with the help of sound and support from an app which is fully accessible and uses beacons.

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Barcelona City Council and the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) organised the most important event and seminar for city council staff and other European cities interested in this topic.