• Partners & Collaborations 2021

    Women@TheTable is honoured to collaborate with the following trailblazing organizations, and their exceptional members & grantees in 2021 including...

    <A+> Alliance for Inclusive Algorithms

    co-led by Women at the Table:

    A global coalition of technologists, activists and academics who focus on affirmative action for algorithms and creating gender equality, so that machine learning does not embed an already biased system into our future.

    Generation Equality 

    Action Coalition for Technology & Innovation for Gender Equality

    For 2020-2025, the <A+> Alliance has been chosen to be Leadership with Global Fund for Women, Digital Grassroots, Social Builder, Microsoft, Koç Holdings, The Rockefeller Foundation, UNICEF, ITU, and Governments of Armenia, Chile, Finland, Rwanda & Tunisia. 

    Addressing issues of global, social and environmental concern

    Strong women’s movements are key to creating and sustaining social, cultural and political change. Therefore, Oak invests in the people, organisations and networks that build these movements.

    The FDFA, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, supports our work on Inclusive Algorithms

    Canada's International Development Research Centre Supports our <A+> Alliance work on the f<A+i>r feminist artificial intelligence research network

    Germany's Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit works with <A+> Alliance on our <A+> launch, FAIR Forward-Artificial Intelligence for All, and Open for Good Alliance

    feminist AI research network

    in which w@tt + <A+> convenes eminent social scientists, economists, feminists, activists, with data, machine learning + computer scientists to discuss how to leverage AI for women's rights.

    The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights collaborates on our <AI & Equality> Human Rights Toolbox and the AI & Gender stream

    Global software consultancy

    Our Social Change partners on creating the full fledged G-app: Gender Gap Application

    Our Collaborators on the

    <AI & Equality> Human Rights Toolbox

    <A+> Alliance advisory Board Member, Professor Daniel Gatica-Perez of EPFL leads the Digital Humanities Lab

    Our partners on the <AI & Equality> Human Rights Toolbox

     

    Yale University's Computation & Society Initiative is led by <A+> Alliance Advisory Board Members Professors Nisheeth Vishnoi + Elisa Celis

    United Nations platform on AI organized every year in Geneva by the ITU with the XPRIZE Foundation + 35 sister UN Agencies to identify practical applications of AI and scale those solutions for global impact.

    Women at the Table are a member of their Gender Braintrust.

    IGC, A leadership network that brings together female & male decision-makers to break down gender barriers and make systems change and gender equality a reality.

    Women at the Table is one of three co-founders,

    leads strategy for their Impact Groups and sits on the IGC Global Board.

     

     

    The global organization of national parliaments

    co-chairs with w@tt and Sweden

    of the IGC Representation Impact Group

     

     

    The international organization daughter of the WTO & UNCTAD

    co-chairs, with Iceland and Botswana,

    of the IGC Trade Impact Group

     

     

    The global policy institute focused on weapons of mass destruction

    co-chairs, with Ireland, Namibia, Canada, the Philippines, of the IGC Disarmament Impact Group

     

     

    The UK Standards body

    w@tt are honoured to Chair the BSI Diversity & Inclusivity Advisory Panel

    part of BSI's commitment to the Gender-Responsive Standards Declaration pledge which w@tt co-drafted with bsi for UNECE.

     

     

     

    The Swedish Standards body w@tt is proud to be working w/ SIS, ITC and many others on a new fast track global ISO standard: Definition of Women owned business

     

     

     

    Canada's voice on standards

    w@tt is proud to be part of SCC's Chair UNECE Working Group on Methodology to assess gender-responsive standards and develop gender-responsive standards

     

     

     

    University of Zürich Center for Digital Change

     

     

     

    Women in Big Data ch Bringing together women working on big data research

     

     

     

    Women in Global Health

    for gender equality on global health leadership

     

     

     

    The Governance Lab NYU

    studying how to govern more effectively + legitimately through technology

     

     

     

    Global Fund for Women

    standing up for the human rights of women & girls

     

     

     

    MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab

     

     

     

    Data Pop Alliance

    collaborative laboratory of researchers, experts, practitioners, policymakers, and activists

     

     

    University College Dublin

    School of Information & Communication Studies

     

     

    Insight SFI Centre for Data Analytics @Dublin City University

     

     

     

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