inQube's Move It Forward project aims to bring women from the Brussels Capital Region together to learn about and develop initiatives to counter Cyber violence against Girls & Women in their communities.
*** discuss the topic of online safety with representatives of tech companies*** start creating the framework for our own safe digital communities*** find out what we can do to tackle cyber violence as individuals and as a community*** tinker with digital means and build our own solutions!
Sabrina Vorbau - European Schoolnet
Sabrina Vorbau holds a Master’s degree in Applied Economic Sciences: Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Antwerp. Prior to European Schoolnet (EUN), she worked at the European Agency for Fundamental Rights in Vienna. Sabrina joined the eSafety team of EUN in January 2014, mainly managing logistics, financial and administrative aspects of projects. Within the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) project she took over the role as assessment officer, focusing on project evaluation and joint research approaches. Furthermore, Sabrina is also coordinating projects with industry partners called the “Web We Want” and the “eSafety Label”. In line with, she is in charge of offline dissemination and presenting the projects at external meetings.
Virág Gulyás - MissCareer/Less
Virág Gulyás is the founder of MissCareer/Less, a startup dedicated to women who embrace change, and works as a freelance creative project manager. As a former ballet dancer, she faced the challenges of what it means to change a career and start a new life in a culture where success is defined in linear terms. Today, she is helping women to share their personal stories through which they gain clarity and empower others. She believes that raw, honest storytelling is the new generation of women empowerment. Virág is an author, speaker and develops workshops to empower women and young (un)employed people. She will talk about her experiences building and managing a supportive online community.
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If you or your organisation is interested in partnering, volunteering, sponsoring girls & women to participate in DLI activities, or would like to support DLI and its mission in other ways, please contact us. Donations to DLI are gratefully accepted and go toward furthering its mission of bridging the gender gap and the digital divide worldwide.
Move It Forward is supported by the
Ministry of Equal Opportunity of the Brussels Capital Region.
inQube, an initiative of the Digital Leadership Institute, is an exclusive online community of women entrepreneurs, mentors, business experts and investors sharing experiences, ideas, and the know-how and resources necessary for delivering successful women-led, digital enterprises in Europe and beyond.
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