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Upcoming events and activities that UNITEE organises or participates in.

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  • EU SMEs 2030: boosting cyber-resilience during the EU’s Digital Decade
    All day
    06/12/2022

    Event by Friends of Europe.
    Read more here.

    Live streamed event.

    Accounting for 99% of all EU businesses and employing approximately 100mn people, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of the EU’s Single Market. According to the EU’s digital targets, more than 90% of SMEs should reach at least a basic level of digitalisation by 2030. What are the digital tools, solutions and knowledge that SMEs need in order to survive and grow in the face of the ongoing geopolitical, security and energy crises?

    This Policy Insight debate looks at the role that the public and private sectors must play in creating an environment in which SMEs can continue riding the wave of digital growth where cyber-security is indispensable for the EU’s digital decade 2030. Europe’s future competitiveness and growth ultimately rely on the success of SMEs.

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  • European Innovation Council Summit 2022
    All day
    07/12/2022

    Event by the European Innovation Council.
    Read more here.

    Live streamed event.

    After the very first and engaging EIC Summit 2021, the European Innovation Council is organising the second edition which will take place on 7 December 2022 in Brussels, in Tour & Taxi.

    The flagship event will feature inspiring keynotes, major announcements and award the prestigious EIC Prizes. Mariya Gabriel, the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth will open the EIC Summit and the exhibition, join the session on New European Innovation Agenda and announce the winners of the EIC Women Innovators Prize and the iCapital Award. The first day will be web-streamed and open to a broader public.

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  • Women of Europe Awards, 2022 Edition
    All day
    08/12/2022

    Event by European Movement International.
    Read more here.

    Physical event.

    The Women of Europe Awards are jointly organised by the European Movement International and the European Women’s Lobby, building upon the national awards of several National European Movement Councils.

    In 2022, the Women of Europe Awards’ will celebrate its seventh anniversary. Indeed, the Women of Europe Awards were launched in 2016, to highlight the contribution of women in promoting and advancing European issues, and to increase the involvement of women in debates about Europe and its future. While the role of women in the European project remains largely unrecognised, the awards aim to acknowledge and showcase their inspiring initiatives which lend a voice to women across Europe and defend European values such as democracy, inclusion and diversity.

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  • Migrant Women and Digital Skills – RIDE event
    All day
    15/12/2022

    Read more here.

    This webinar is offered by the RIDE – Reach Inclusion through Digital Empowerment for Migrant Women – project, to mark International Migrants’ Day on 18th December.

    Over the last two years, RIDE has been piloting a wide range of training and mentoring methods to enable women migrants in Europe to find jobs in the digital sector.

    During the webinar, experts working at the local, national and European levels will provide their insights and experience on the following issues:
    – The challenges of integrating migrant women into Europe’s society and workforce. How to build a project ecosystem centered on migrant women’s needs? How to take into account different migrant women with different needs and abilities?
    – Successful formats for training and mentoring migrant women.
    – How to use European Union funds such as AMIF (the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund) for this purpose.
    – A case study: how it works in practice

    There will be time for questions and debate.

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  • International Migrants Day 2022
    All day
    18/12/2022

    A broad range of factors continue to determine the movement of people. They are either voluntary or forced movements as a result of the increased magnitude and frequency of disasters, economic challenges and extreme poverty or conflict. Approximately 281 million people were international migrants in 2020, representing 3.6 percent of the global population.

    All these will significantly affect the characteristics and scale of migration in the future and determine the strategies and policies countries must develop in order to harness the potential of migration while ensuring the fundamental human rights of migrants are protected.

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