A Long Path to Full Citizenship. Women and Technology
The present paper aims to provide a review of the research on Italian and Piedmont situation in a comparative European perspective through secondary institutional databases, taking into account the areas of education, labor skills and careers. The goal is twofold. On one hand I want to provide deep insights of this complex phenomenon based on some statistical evidence. On the other trough case study analysis. I want to identify the actions implemented by the Digital Agenda of Piedmont in order to reduce the gender digital divide. In particular, the paper will evaluate the way in which public and private interventions and polices, addressed to Millennials generation, reach the goal of bridging the gender digital gap in order to offer new and adequate opportunities for future professional career of young women coming out from high school courses or universities.