CWM sponsors a number of events and activities with the aim of encouraging women in mathematics, with priority given to developing or emerging countries. Our main focus has been aimed at establishing or supporting networks at the continental or regional level. Other events, workshops and projects have also been supported.
The multi-country or multi-regional networks which have been fostered or initiated with CWM's help include:
Organisation for women in Latin America and East Asia are ongoing. Associations in individual countries have also been sponsored.
In 2020, CWM call received 35 applications of which CWM decided to support 8 projects. Six of them are meetings taking place in Chile, Colombia, India, Senegal, Turkey and Vietnam. The May 12 th initiative website and an exhibition project, МАТЕМАТИКА, through a land of mathematics, for (WM)² in Saint Petersbourg are also supported.
In 2019, CWM supported events in Cameroon, Argentina, Domicican Republic, India, Indonesia, South Africa and Tunisia. For a brief report on these activities, see here.
(WM)², the World Meeting for Women in Mathematics July 31, 201, Riocentro convention center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is a satellite event of the ICM 2018 organised and partially funded by CWM. See meeting-report here and book of abstracts here.
Events sponsored by the 2018 funding call will take place in Austria, El Salvador, Ethiopia, India, Italy (ICTP) Macedonia, Nigeria, Uruguay, Uzbekistan and a booklet project on women role models in Africa is being supported. For a brief report on these activities, see here.
Events sponsored by the 2017 funding call took place in Brazil, Canada, Chile, India, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Tunisia, South Africa and Vietnam. For a brief report on these activities, see here.
The 2016 events took place in Colombia (Latin America), India, Indonesia (S. and E. Asia), Kazakhstan (Central Asia), Mexico (Latin America), Senegal (West Africa), Tunisia (North Africa). For a brief report on these activities, see here. In 2015-16, similar activities were also funded in Kenya (Africa) and Brazil (Latin America).