The Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) and the National Women’s Institute (Inwomen) signed a collaboration agreement with the aim of working together on projects that promote the digital inclusion of women in Mexico. Through this collaboration, initiatives are planned that address digital literacy, promote the safe use of technologiesand contribute to closing the gender gap in the digital sphere.
They sign a commitment to digital equality
In a ceremony headed by the President of Inmujeres, Nadine Gasman Zylberman, and the President Commissioner in substitute due to the absence of the IFTJavier Juárez Mojica, this agreement was formalized that reflects the commitment of both institutions to guarantee that women have equal opportunities in the digital world.
During the signing, the importance of empowering women was highlighted. women in access to technologies and providing them with tools for better labor and social integration.
Boosting access and digital training
One of the main goals of this collaboration is to promote the active participation of women in the digital field. Commissioner Juárez Mojica highlighted that the IFT has implemented the Integral plan of Gender Equality Experts who Transform and special calls to promote the presence of women in management positions.
Currently, at the Institute, there are more women than men in the general directorates, which shows a real commitment to gender equality.
They promote digital literacy with a gender perspective
The President of the InwomenNadine Gasman Zylbermann, emphasized the need to train and train women in careers related to technology and promote their inclusion In this sector.
Furthermore, he highlighted the importance of raising awareness about the online gender violence and work to prevent and eradicate it. The importance of guaranteeing that women have equal access to telecommunications and online informationespecially in rural and marginalized areas.
Technology as a tool for empowerment
The Commissioner of IFTArturo Robles Rovalo, highlighted that the participation of women in decision-making is essential, and it is important that the Plenary Session of the Institute is integrated with the three Commissioners pending appointment.
This Agreement seeks to empower women in access to technologies and provide them with the necessary tools to improve their living conditions and generate a meaningful connectivity.
Commitment to digital equality
The Commissioner of IFT, Ramiro Camacho Castillo, emphasized that this Agreement will allow the implementation of projects with a gender perspective through various forums, workshops and conferences. Likewise, he highlighted the importance of working in the digital literacy with gender equality and promote the rights of users, as well as the responsible use of telecommunications.
Alliance for an inclusive digital future
The Commissioner of IFTSóstenes Díaz González, stressed the importance of joining efforts to strengthen digital literacy strategies and celebrated the signing of this Agreement as a fundamental action to implement projects that benefit women in Mexico. He highlighted the commitment of IFT to be an ally in the promotion of rights and equality of conditions for women, girls and adolescents in the digital age.
This agreement between IFT and the Inwomen represents a significant step towards gender equality in the digital sphere and promises to promote projects and actions that benefit Mexican women in their access to technology and their active participation in the digital society.
Throughout his 10 years of continuous work, the IFT has demonstrated its commitment to gender equality and will continue to work in this direction in collaboration with the Inwomen.
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