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Removing the Barriers: Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration

CA Technologies recognises that multi-stakeholder relationships between educators, industry and government are the way forward to drive young people’s motivation and interest in STEM.

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CA Technologies recognises that multi-stakeholder relationships between educators, industry and government are the way forward to drive young people’s motivation and interest in STEM. Collectively, we must break down gender stereotypes, make STEM subjects fun, and provide role models who are key in helping girls imagine themselves in these exciting and game-changing roles. The first step towards achieving this is to recognise and acknowledge our unconscious bias’, which we all have.

Being aware of and managing our unconscious biases will help us move forward to effectively address gender stereotyping from the classroom to boardroom, improve perceptions of STEM subjects and enhance understanding of STEM careers.

“Transforming young people’s attitudes to STEM is a long-term project. It is through multi-stakeholder collaboration – between education, industry and government, that we will reach our common goal. We must develop students’ skills and competencies to enable them to be continuous learners, creative problem solvers and the digital innovators who will take Europe forward as a major player in the global economy

– Sarah Atkinson, Vice President, Communications, CA Technologies, delivers a keynote at the STEM Alliance High Level Event in December 2017