Today, the 11th of October, the world is celebrating the International Day of the Girl. RightsTech Women has a message for all girls: you can be anything! Read More
On Friday, 14 June, more than 30’000 women and men rallied on the streets of Geneva against the slow pace of eliminating inequalities between the sexes in general and the persisting gender pay gap in particular.
RTW was there. We marched, talked with people and paid attention to the creative banners highlighting inequalities and calling for action. Read More
Join us to celebrate RTW’s first anniversary! We’ll host an informal picnic at La Perle du Lac on lunchtime, on Saturday, 29 June at 12-3 p.m. Bring your families, pets, games, food, and have fun with us! Read More
On 25 April 2019, RightsTechWomen celebrated Girls in ICT Day by collaborating with CERN to organize robotics and programming workshops for girls. Read more about the event. Read More
How do we get more girls involved in information and communication technology (ICT)? The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), RightsTech Women, CERN and many other organizers are all working on this right now. Read More
Coffee and Robots – An introduction to RightsTech Women World Meteorological Organization Geneva, 4 April 2019 On 26 March 2019, RightsTech Women, which has as its mission to advance the human rights of women and girls in STEM, held two presentations at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to introduce its organization and activities & to… Read More
The Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) hosted their annual science festival, Scientastic, 10-11 November. EPFL organises this yearly festival with the idea to reach out to the broader public with the latest developments in the digital area. The aim is to break down learning barriers for children and adults who wish to learn more about the digitalisation and automatisation of our societies. Read More