Progress toward gender equity is progress for all. We’re working to enable billions to reach their full potential.

We’re working to combat online violence against marginalized people through data, technology, and trainings.

9/10

women reported that online violence is harmful to their well-being.

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96%

decline in comments that were “very likely” to be toxic after implementing the Perspective API, according to one media partner

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~2K

women and allies trained to protect themselves online

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More ways we’re building for gender equity:

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Transcend: Bringing together women from around the globe

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Training and support for women to thrive in tomorrow’s economy, in tech, and beyond

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A Google Search tool supports women’s health by assessing postpartum depression.

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Artificial intelligence could help reduce the time to diagnose breast cancer.

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$500K

to support Black trans people affected by COVID-19

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A content series promotes factual health and well-being info for young women.

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How we’re helping to bridge rural India’s tech and online gender divide

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We’re sharing our learnings to improve gender representation in the industry.

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I would not be where I am today if not for those who worked tirelessly toward gender equity in generations past. Though this work is a long way from finished, I continue to be inspired by the dedication I have seen across Google and the impact it is having in the world.

Lorraine Twohill (she/her) CMO, Google

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