GeoChicas is a group of women who do mapping in OpenStreetMap and work to close the gender gap in the OpenStreetMap community.Geochicas have members in many continents. The group was created at the SOTLAM 2016, in São Paulo. Brasil, in this conference the relation of gender was: 125 attendees:36 Women and 89 Men, 33 Speakers:7 Women and 26 Men.
- Mapping oncology clinics in Nicaragua
- Regional mapathon for OSM XIII anniversary
- Wiki translation: Tagging in support of women and girls
- Nicaragua map of feminicedes
- International gender representation survey
- #LasCallesDeLasMujeres | #TheStreetsOfWomen
- Mapping gender violence in informal shelters in Oaxaca. HOT micro-grant project.
- Training spaces for women - community webinars
- Mapathon and editathon for women's health facilities in Latin America
- Map about the performance "A Rapist in your Path" from #LasTesis
Geochicas in the news
- Revista de la Universidad de México
- Noticias 22, México
- La Gazzetta DF
- AMECO Press.
- Maps mania
- Undark Magazine
- Al Jazeera
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