Deadline: October 21, 2016. At 18:00 CET
The awards recognise girls and women who have distinguished themselves in digital studies and careers, and organisations contributing to increased participation of girls and women in digital sectors in Europe.
The respective awards are destined for Europe’s very first:
The Awards, which have been accepted as an official pledge to the Grand Coalition for Digital Skills and Jobs in Europe, have the following objectives:
The nomination forms for the three awards can be found on the awards website.
Entrants, from EU members, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, are invited to read the terms and conditions for participation in the Awards, including eligibility and judging criteria, which can be found under the "submit an entry" section of each award.
Winners in each category will be recognised at the Ada Awards Ceremony on 9 December 2016 (TBC) in Brussels, Blgium.
Find out all the details about the awards: http://digitalwomanaward.com
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