Women in Politics fostering Digital Inclusion

Women are 12% less likely to use the internet globally than men. In low and middle-income countries, the gap between women’s use and that of men even widens to 26%. Most pronounced becomes this digital divide in LDCs, where women are 33% less likely than men to use the internet. These digital inequalities matter particularly as digital technologies, including the internet, are having increasingly profound impacts also on other aspects of economy, society and culture. Any action to enhance digital equality therefore has not only important positive impacts on gender equality in general but also contributes to the development of societies. In order to enhance women’s equality and empowerment through digital inclusion all stakeholders need to work together in order to foster skills and education, to provide connectivity, and to create adequate policy frameworks.



In light of the current outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), this event has been cancelled.


Joins us in this breakfast meeting in order to discuss with politicians, policy advisors and think tank representatives as well as the private sector
on ways and means to close the digital gender divide.


Breakfast will be served.

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  • Kirsty Augustin
    • Member of the Federal State Parliament of Brandenburg | Elaine Ford
    • Director Democracia & Desarollo Internacional
    • Peru | Eleonore Pauwels
    • IT & AI Analyst
    • Belgium | Müge Dolun
    • Gender Coordinator
    • UNIDO | Girls4Tech Programme
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Barbara Sabitzer

Barbara Sabitzer KAS

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