>>WIA-Europe Digest / 24 November 2022

Join WIA-E at New Space Economy 1-3 December

1-3 December WIA-Europe will be in Rome for the New Space Economy Expoforum. Will you join us? Don't miss the opportunity to come by our booth for Meet & Greets, Grants & Awards Ceremony, or just for a chat. Check our page for regular updates on our programme.  Watch this space>>

New ESA Astronaut corps announced

to see WIA-E Platinum member

turn their strive for more diversity into action.
Congratulations to the new ESA astronaut corps from all
Women In Aerospace Europe!

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Webinar: Not just a women`s issue

Men’s life satisfaction is greater in more gender-equal nations, including improvements in men’s mental health. Fathers also get more time to spend with their children because of shared parental leave policies.

To hear more about how everyone benefits from gender equity and how organisations can move towards more equity by building gender equal partnerships,watch GIWL`s panel discussion.

Watch here>>

WIA-E GA: Shared Presentation

On Monday, 14 November 2022, WIA-Europe held its annual General Assembly that took place as an in-person event in Amsterdam with the possibility to follow the presentation via zoom. The presentation is now available online and will soon be complemented with minutes of the meeting.

Have a look>>

Webinar: Flexible working for parents

The 2022 Working Families Index found that flexible working can support career progression for parents. Parents with remote or hybrid working arrangements were likely to report learning new skills, and mothers who work flexibly reported significantly more career progression. Join the webinar on the 8th December to explore the complex picture of flexible working and gender equity.  

Call for applications: ESA Student Internship Programme

The 2023 internship opportunities at ESA have been published! Opportunities are open for one month.

This is your chance to kick-off your experience in space!


Online tool: Gender Decoder

Society has certain expectations of men and women and this seeps into the language we use. This gender-coding shows up in job adverts as well, and research has shown that it puts women off applying for jobs that are advertised with masculine-coded language.

This site is a quick way to check whether a job advert has the kind of subtle linguistic gender-coding that has this discouraging effect.


Try out the tool>>
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