To ensure that assistive technology serves its purpose, companies need to involve users in the creation process, experts say.
The shift to remote working does not let employers off resolving the issues that drive women to avoid the workplace, writes Cristina Lago.
Abuse and harassment keep women offline, excluding them from opportunities to learn, work and be financially independent
Remote work threatens to exacerbate existing workplace inequalities as disadvantaged groups are disproportionately affected by "Zoom fatigue".
Three Tui flights were overloaded after its booking system classified anyone with the honorific 'Miss' as a child. "Technologies discriminate by design."
Women are still under-represented in technology-related fields where employment opportunities are growing, research by the World Economic Forum finds.
"The statistics show there are not many black people in tech but they don’t say why, and that's the important thing..."
Demand for fresh thinking is high. Now is the time for organisations to make sure they are accommodating to neurodiverse people.