Digital education and training

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A new study highlights how women are hugely underrepresented in strategic spheres such as education, research and work when it comes to ICT.

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Students at this school in the district of Horta-Guinardó used the social cohesion index (ICS) to measure inequalities between city neighbourhoods in their project ‘La cohesió social va per barris’.

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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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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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Promoting gender equality among STEM careers

Over 150 students in their third and fourth years of secondary school visited the ALBA Synchrotron today for an event to combat stereotypes and prejudices linked with research and technology.

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Open source and free software as tools for transforming and enhancing democratic processes will be the focus of debate at this year’s Metadecidim Conference.

 

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Barcelona Open Data Challenge is an educational pilot scheme designed to get teenagers using the Open Data BCN portal, the City Council’s main website offering public data about the city.

Three boys with a holographic device at the booth of Barcelona City Council at the YoMo 2017 festival.
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Barcelona City Council is running a stand at the YoMo (Youth Mobile Festival), with various activities to promote science vocations among young people. Youngsters attending will be able to convert their mobile phones into holographic screens, make different robots using a simple process, take part in booktuber workshops and discover the first mobile fab athenaeum.

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Barcelona City Council has presented the main objectives of the 2017-2020 Barcelona Digital City Plan to promote technological sovereignty for citizens, foster a more plural digital economy and make a new urban innovation model possible, through clear public and citizen leadership.

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