Girls Go Circular, in collaboration with the European Commission, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (DG EAC), is happy to announce the first Women and Girls in STEM Forum, an annual event that gathers researchers, practitioners, and influential stakeholders in STEM and gender equality and connects them with the students who participate in Girls Go Circular’s innovative learning programme.

The event will host high-level discussions on eliminating gender bias from STEM, entrepreneurial, and digital disciplines and will inspire the future EU action on these themes. It will also celebrate the participation of thousands of girls and boys from eight European countries in the project and offer them the opportunity to meet inspirational mentors.

Students and high-level representatives will gather during the final, interactive plenary, where they will view student videos on the future of gender equality and select a winner.

For more information about the Women and Girls in STEM Forum, please consult the event web page or the event programme.