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DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality

International Women’s Day 2023 will be observed on March 8; the theme this year is “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality”

This 8 March, the United Nations are calling on governments, activists and the private sector alike to power on in their efforts to make the digital world safer, more inclusive and more equitable. Facing a multiplicity of global crises, we have a chance to create a better future—not just for women and girls, but for all humanity and all life on Earth. Join us.

More details at:’s%20Day%2C%208,and%20technology%20for%20gender%20equality includes news reports, analysis and reflections by distinguished thinkers and innovators supporting innovations and solutions for “Remaking the World – Toward an Age of Global Enlightenment” and the United Nations Centennial initiative, looking at how the world might be in 2045 when the global organization completes a hundred years.

Distinguished women scholars discussed at the BGF High-level Dialogue on Regulation for AI Assistants and ChatGPT on February 28, 2023