Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, February 10 (EFE). DISA offers on its website (www.fundaciondisa.org) content on women’s references in the sciences that they can use to spread educational centers in the archipelago to their schoolchildren. Order.
This is the #NoMoreMatildas campaign that this entity joined to denounce the shortage of female figures in the scientific field, which is being held on the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
The aim is to denounce the lack of women’s references in science throughout history and the need to include them in educational materials, as the Foundation notes in a statement adding that its initiative responds to its commitment to education and equality as the basis for talent development and commitment to it in the Canary Islands.
For this reason, the DISA Foundation provides the centers with a series of educational materials, their own stories, and textbook extensions featuring about twenty women’s profiles that have been relevant to the development of history and science around the world.
The #NoMoreMatildas campaign is an initiative of the Association of Researchers and Technologies (AMIT) whose goal is to awaken the scientific career of girls and counter the stereotypes that, from a young age, make them think that they are less intelligent or sincere. For the knowledge of the boys. EFE
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