Work with us to Transform the Construction Sector

Inclusive Value is a brand new online resource for the construction industry to support gender equality and inclusion in the workplace. Equate Scotland is working in partnership with City of Glasgow College, CSIC and Sir Robert McAlpine to…

Emma Carroll and the Scottish Witchcraft Database

Careerwise placement student, Emma Carroll,  a fourth year Geology and Physical Geography student at the University of Edinburgh, has spent three months working during the summer to geolocate the place names recorded in the Survey of Scottish…

Cummins: Building their talent pipeline through Careerwise

In 2018, Cummins were introduced to Careerwise via the Strathclyde Engineering Academy.  In summer 2018 they hired 3 interns via the Careerwise programme.  Impressed with the 3 students, they hired 5 further interns for summer 2019 - Rosie…

Careerwise Programme Hits Record High

Careerwise is the only internship scheme of its kind in Scotland and the UK.  It is dedicated to increasing the participation of women working in STEM industries and professions.  Launched in 2014 and now in it’s 6th year, Careerwise is…

Automation: The impact on women

This week, the Institute for Public Policy Research released their report and recommendations on the future of automation and its potential impact on gender inequality in the UK labour market. Across our work with students, women and employers…

Can you help us with our research?

Equate Scotland is currently conducting research to learn about the experiences of women in Scotland who are currently or who have previously worked or studied in STEM areas (science, technology, engineering, maths and the built environment…

Attracting Women to Construction

Another 25 amazing women aspiring to work in the Construction sector came together at Sibbald’s in Blackridge to complete Women in Constructionarium 2019.  For the 2nd year in a row, Equate Scotland, Constructionarium Scotland, CiTB, Sibbald…

Women in Life Sciences - new guide launched

The Life Science sector in Scotland currently employs more than 37,000 people in 700 companies and is set to expand considerably over the next 6 years. The importance of the sector to employment and the Scottish Economy cannot be underestimated. With…

Fourth Student Conference a success

Our 4th annual Equate Student Student Conference & Awards was held on Wednesday 27th March at ECCI in Edinburgh. The conference brought together 60 women STEM students from 18 different colleges and universities for an inspiring day of…

Blog: Why Business Needs Balance

Susan Anderson, Head of Infrastructure Support Services at Network Rail, shares with us her recent speech at an International Women's Day event: International women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political…

Taking action on women in STEM across Europe

Over the last eighteen months Equate Scotland have been partnering with colleagues at the City of Glasgow College, VHTO in the Netherlands and Miguel Altuna in the Basque Country to deliver a project focused on increasing the participation of…

Join in: This is What a STEMinist Looks Like

Join our campaign to tackle negative gender stereotypes and champion diversity in STEM. It is estimated that only 25% of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) sector are women. This a waste of talent and opportunity…