>>WIA-Europe Digest / 16 February 2023
Would you like to have a proper insight into how Space applications benefit regions across Europe? Female experts share their user stories in the Copernicus4Regions, an initiative of NEREUS that showcases effective approaches and the benefits of the Copernicus programme for local authorities and public users across European regions. #FindYourSpace

WIA-E Toulouse: WIApéro Special Edition

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Toulouse branch is joining forces with SpaceFounders for an exchange on the Social Responsibility of NewSpace Entrepreneurs. This will be an opportunity to question the societal challenges of the next decade: environmental impact, inclusion, diversity  corporate culture, and more.

8th March at 6:30 pm, in Toulouse.

Places are limited, so register early! >>

Women at Work: The Savvy way to make moral objections

How do we set ourselves up to be heard and respected? How should you state your objection? In the latest Newsletter of Women at Work, Amanda Kersey gives advice for managing some of these risks, based on a recent Rothbard - Kundro study

eople [...] tolerate moral objection from high-powered men [...] But when women at any level or men with less power raise the same issue,
[...] people tend to think they’re impulsive, out of control, and pushing an agenda."

Read the article here>>

Astroscale announces membership upgrade

Astroscale has announced their WIA-Europe membership upgrade from Bronze to Silver. Astroscale is the first private company with a vision to secure the safe and sustainable development of space for the benefit of future generations, and the only company dedicated to on-orbit servicing across all orbits. It is a rapidly expanding company, working to advance safe and sustainable growth in space and solve a growing environmental concern.

Find out more >>

2023 is the European year of human skills

Eurostat suggest that only 37% of adults undertake training on a regular basis. 2023 is the European Year of Skills aims at boosting competitiveness, investment in training and upskilling opportunities to make sure that workers acquire the skills demanded on the labour market, including digital skills. 

Most importantly though, we need human skills to thrive. Courses offer insights:

Building Personal Resilience

Digital Teamwork and Business Skills

Psychology of Conflict Management

RAeS Paris Forum: Women in Aerospace

RAeS Paris Branch will be holding a Forum bringing together a panel of experienced and talented women, to talk about their motivation in entering the domains of aerospace, aviation and space, and the challenges and successes they have experienced throughout their careers.

The forum will be hosted by WIA-Europe member Dr. Susanne Svensdotter. The event will be held in French.

28th February at 19:00, in Paris.


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QinetiQ Space acquired by Redwire Corporation

Redwire Corporation, a leader in critical space infrastructure for the next generation space economy, has completed its acquisition of Belgium-based commercial space business, QinetiQ Space NV (WIA-Europe Bronze member). We are looking forward to our continued collaboration as the company carries forward its strong committment to fostering an inclusive and diverse work environment and its support of WIA-Europe activities.

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