Every 10th of December, Human Rights Day is observed internationally. This time, it has been 70 years since the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Nevertheless, not everyone around the globe is able to fully enjoy their rights. Read More
Human rights are something that each person has by virtue of being human: you are born with them. Human rights are interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.
Some examples of human rights are: the right to life, the right to the highest attainable standard of health, the right to adequate standard of living, the right to education, the right to equality and to equal treatment under the law, freedom of information, freedom of association, accessibility for persons with disabilities, and access to justice. These are just a few. There are a lot more! Read More
When we started the series of interviews with women in STEM, our goal was to show how different and exciting their paths can be. We’ve talked to a VR filmmaker, database administrator, scientist, software engineer working at CERN and other successful women from around the world. Today we are happy to publish our interview with Anu Ylänen from the startup environment. Anu, who comes from Finland, is a product specialist working at Batmaid in Lausanne, Switzerland. Read More
Gladys Maina is a successful woman in STEM. She offers mentorship programs for high school students who would like to join the STEM field as their chosen career. As a seasoned moderator and speaker, she volunteers for speaking engagements, panel moderation and discussions with a bias in diversity, inclusion and equality in technology.
She has agreed to talk to us about her career path, inspirations and ideas on how to improve the situation of women in STEM. Read More