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  • New research on girls’ transition to STEM in higher education


    Despite the narrowing gender gap in mathematics and science performance in secondary education, girls may not be choosing related subjects in higher education, or as a career path. Indeed, in many countries in the Asia-Pacific, women working in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Sectors are often a minority. This lack of...

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  • Who are the Tech Age Girls?

    By Myahriban Karyagdyyeva and Ari Katz, IREX

    Tech Age Girls (TAG) are young leaders from eight different countries that have implemented over 400 service...

  • Early "Science" is vital for girls

    On 12 March, the UNESCO Director-General gave the opening remarks and moderated the high-profile side event entitled "Good for equality, good for the...

  • International Girls in ICT Day

    International Girls in ICT Day is an opportunity for girls and young women to see and experience technology in a whole new light. It is also an initiative...

  • UNESCO and Samsung announce partnership

    UNESCO and Samsung Electronics joined forces to give students in the developing world access to better education. Under a partnership agreement, UNESCO's...




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