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Save the date: 26 November – online event on Gender equality in the IT workplace

13 October 2021
Join us on 26 November 2021 online from 10:00 to 12:30 CET at our event entitled "Gender equality in the IT workplace: breaking down the barriers". The event will focus on the practical aspects of reducing the gender gap in IT professions, such as the benefits of diverse teams for businesses, improving company culture, (the importance of) unconscious bias training, and best practices in recruitment to increase the rate of female applicants for tech roles. 
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Save the date – Conference on IT professionalism 9 November

11 October 2021
On 9 November 2021 ITPE, IFIP-IP3 and CEN TC 428 will celebrate the 60th anniversary of IFIP with an online conference on IT Professionalism, entitled “Never waste a good crisis: develop a trustworthy digital ecosystem”.
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NJSzT organises online meetups to maintain member engagement

12 October 2021
The John von Neumann Computer Society (NJSzT), the CEPIS Member from Hungary, has started a series of online meetups to keep its members engaged and to address interested people from the IT community, in the pandemic times and in the age of transformation.
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Commission presents a ‘Path to the Digital Decade’

11 October 2021
At the annual State of the Union address on 15 September, the European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, proposed a new Path to the Digital Decade, which will comprise a concrete plan to achieve the digital transformation of the European economy by 2030. The proposed ‘Path’ will set up a governance framework to reach the 2030 Digital Decade targets at EU level and identify and implement large-scale digital projects.
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