The European Humanities University based in Vilnius invites natural and legal persons (tax residents of the EU and Ukraine) to take part in the competition for four expert positions in the international project Women in Tech.
The Women in Tech programme is an educational and research project aimed at supporting Belarusian women in the IT sphere, promoting gender equality in the field of high technologies.
The project is implemented in cooperation with the Centre for Gender Studies of the European Humanities University with the financial support of the EU.
The deadline for applications, depending on the position, is 15 and 25 September.
Mandatory requirement: Russian, Belarusian and English language skills, as well as experience of working on projects in Belarus.
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