The Popular Party has launched today the cycle of forums "Women above all." This is a series of debates with which the party wants, through dialogue, to address the main concerns and challenges faced by women of the 21st century.
These debates, which will be held once a month, will be open to professionals from all fields and policy makers from all administrations, and will have as their main thread the essential commitment to employment as a tool to achieve equality between men and women.
Along with this, the objective of the meetings is to listen to different points of view and adopt a proactive role in how to address the present and future of women in 21st century Spain.
The first of these forums coincides with the celebration of International Women's Day, which is commemorated on March 8, and will be dedicated to entrepreneurship and new technologies, addressing the challenge of women in the field of STEM and the digital divide .
The conference, presented by the vice secretary of Social Policy of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, has had the participation of three referents in the world of STEM: Chabela Estalella, director of MIM; Lola Ortiz, dean of the Road Engineers College; and Tessa de Toro Headhunte. For its part, Marimar Blanco, secretary of Equality and Social Affairs of the PP, has been responsible for closing the meeting.