Empower women with the right skills so they can gain more confidence with technology, overcome gender stereotypes around ICT and access to the opportunities digital and digital economy have to offer.

Creativity

Learning to code as individuals or as a team

Employability

Promoting and bringing back creativity as a key skill in coding

Experience

Learning to code brings new experiences with various coding environments

  • The project is implemented with the following international partners:

    • Women in Digital Empowerment
    • Professional Foundation
    • Centre of Technical Culture Rijeka
    • Go Digit All
    • Digital Leadership Institute
    • Luxembourg (co-ordinator)
    • Romania
    • Croatia
    • United Kingdom
    • Belgium
    The project is implemented under the Erasmus + program "Strategic Partnership" action.
More and more activities are organised to encourage women to learn coding. The participating organisations are now looking to investigate further the impact created by these awareness raising activities.
WOW Code2Confidence
More and more activities are organised to encourage women to learn coding. The participating organisations are now looking to investigate further the impact created by these awareness raising activities.
The goal of this project is to investigate further the different layers of learning coding and how they can create impact for women learners and contribute to building a larger set of competences, not limited to coding as a technical skill.
WOW Code2Confidence
The goal of this project is to investigate further the different layers of learning coding and how they can create impact for women learners and contribute to building a larger set of competences, not limited to coding as a technical skill.

Women use computers as much as men, have a strong interest in new technologies tools & applications and want to develop further in that field which lay many great opportunities. However, they are shy to attend computer clubs, are only a minority in formal computer and ICT studies and training. The geek stereotype is still going strong. The very low percentage of women usually attending ICT non-formal trainings & conferences discouraged other women to join in.

WOW Code2Confidence