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Belonging Network

The OpenUK Belonging Network is made up of industry organisations, not for profits and charities which promote inclusion for all within the technology sector and open technology. OpenUK supports the work of these organisations in creating Belonging within technology.  Each month we will feature a different organisation’s activities, starting with Everywoman in March, Inner Wings in April and Berlin Buzzwords’ diversity scholarships in May.

Ada’s List is the place for professional women and non-binary people who work in the tech sector to connect, conspire, and take a stand.

Berlin Buzzwords is Germany’s most exciting conference on storing, processing, streaming and searching large amounts of digital data, with a focus on open source software projects.

everywoman connects women, businesses and organisations all over the world, using a powerful combination of inspiring, informative and educational content. Giving access to a suite of engaging digital tools, brilliant female role models and quality learning resources. The result? More engaged, diverse, energised workforces and innovative, profitable businesses.

Geek.Zone aims to promote social inclusion for the public benefit of people who are socially and economically excluded on grounds of mental ill-health, who experience levels of social anxiety and difficulties with social interaction, by providing or assisting in the provision of advice, guidance, support and educational activities. Their opensource /web project aims to give community organisations, such as us, a better way to manage their members, and for members to manage their own membership.

Inner Wings, A Confidence Building Foundation, located in London, UK, is a charitable foundation established by Melissa & Darren Roos. Inner Wings aims at building confidence, courage and bravery in young girls aged 6 to 12 around the world through a wide range of available programmes and events, such as mentoring and role modelling.

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