In the ITC rural testbed project we are working to avoid digital exclusion by increasing the mobile coverage in rural areas. We believe that it is important to address the digital divide between urban and rural areas from a human rights perspective.
DigiBy is conducting pilot tests of new digital solutions to increase the knowledge and application of digitalization opportunities for service development in villages. The project will develop new methods for using existing technology and the service will be adapted to the conditions in the villages. All the pilot tests of digital services include a gender equality and diversity view.
The project's working method is based on a number of important principles including a norm-critical perspective. The norm critical approach will help the project to increase and ensure gender equality, diversity and integration in project’s core operations.
Aims to establish a digital platform that will have the potential to act as a common transaction space for all local transport, a digital marketplace for passenger and cargo transport. At the group level, the consumption of transport services between women and men differs, women more often travel on public transport.
The goal is to create a strong innovation system for growth in the AI industry. We will integrate a gender equality perspective in project management and share gender mainstreaming knowledge, methods and tools with SMEs participating in the project. In the long-term the project will contribute to sustainable growth that attracts people, investments and companies to the region.
The project promotes academic work-related mobility in northern Finland, Sweden and Norway. The project will collect information on the region's employers and the needs of the workforce to contribute to a better working life in a socially sustainable and responsible way.
The gender equality perspective is integrated in the project processes and core operations. With SMEs we further develop recruitment and retention strategies, communication strategies and gender equality in decision-making. The project also offers consultation and seminars on gender mainstreaming of business and business processes.
The project is actively working with gender equality and diversity with aim to contribute to a creative and attractive research environment including gender-aware recruitment and hiring, communication and decision-making.
The overall goal of the project is to facilitate information access and understanding of information in everyday environments, innovative technologies and services to be developed and tested. The goal when it comes to gender and equality is to ensure gender-conscious project management.
The project enables people without previous programming skills to develop apps and mobile services. A sub-project within SATIN, contributes to a more inclusive project environment and an inclusive design of the SATIN platform. The project developed a web-based equality and diversity toolbox and a gender app.
This project aims to find, test, and develop practical approaches to gender in forestry work organizations in close cooperation between researchers from Luleå University of Technology, Sveaskog and Skogstekniska klustret.
The project aimed to explore and develop place innovation as a theoretical and practical concept to further develop tourism destinations and the tourism industry in northern Sweden. The project was managed in collaboration between researchers, industry and society.
The aim of the project is to identify success factors for gender equality in the men-dominated Nordic mining industry. The long term goal of the project is to contribute to sustainable development and competitiveness by creating attractive and equal workplaces for all.