France-IX Lyon, in partnership with Wild Code School, invites you to the 15ᵉ RezoGirls meeting on Tuesday 07 December at 6:30pm. The theme of this edition: "Digital inclusion: the new societal challenge to be met".
Knowing how to use common digital resources (Internet, word processing...) has become almost as essential as knowing how to read, write and count. Not having access to the Internet or not knowing how to use digital tools is therefore a real handicap.
Today, 17% of the French population is illiterate, even though 77% have a smartphone and 76% a computer. There are many factors of inequality. Major divides persist between the inhabitants of our country, depending on the territory, the level of qualifications and income, age of course, or personal situation.
The consequences of digital exclusion are both personal and professional, with the impossibility of accessing one's rights, finding a job, housing, or just keeping in touch with loved ones... How can we make the digital world more inclusive? Our speakers will debate the subject based on their respective experiences and will provide a relevant analysis of this phenomenon.
18h45-19h00 : Presentation of the speakers
20h30-21h45 : Cocktail - Jacques Lafargue caterer
By registering, you agree, if you appear on the photos taken during the event, that these will be published on our website, our social networks & those of our partner.
In order to welcome you in the best sanitary conditions, the France-IX Lyon & Wild Code School teams keep themselves informed of the measures and recommendations of the public authorities.
In order to access the event, participants will have to present one of the three following proofs constituting the "health pass":
- Vaccination certification (complete scheme)
- PCR / antigenic test less than 24 hours old
- Positive RT-PCR or antigenic test attesting to the recovery of the Covid-19 dating back at least 15 days and less than 6 months
NB: Self-tests are not accepted.
Margo Chaillou, UX designer, has been involved for several years with disability, inclusion, gender and professional life, notably within La Cuisine Du Web. She quickly specialised in digital accessibility to meet the specific needs of all users.
Today she manages Improved Impact, the first audit and recommendation platform for the social (digital accessibility) and environmental (eco-design) impact of websites.
Cassandre Schach fell into the pot of commitment during a civic service in Paris, and pursued this fulfilment in the ecological struggle, then in the fight against discrimination.
For the past two years, she has been working for Emmaus Connect in Lyon, facilitating the digital inclusion of the people of Lyon by setting up equipment, connection and digital skills support initiatives, in partnership with more than 120 organisations in the city.
You are a woman and you work in the Network & Telecom sector or more broadly in the digital sector and you want to meet other RezoGirls?
Come and share your experience in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere...
The Wild Code School is a European school that offers lifelong learning programmes in the field of technology through twenty campuses, at a distance or within companies. Our training areas are mainly web development and data analysis.
Our hybrid pedagogy, based on practice and project work, combines our educational platform with a network of over 50 dedicated trainers.
We believe that learning is becoming the main human occupation. We support this vision by providing a welcoming and caring learning environment for our students.
Our international community of over 4,000 students and alumni are united around the three values we hold dear: passion, innovation and humanity.