GE@ ICSE: Third Workshop on Gender Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Software Engineering
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The software engineering community is realising that diversity plays a key role to the creation of a successful and competitive context for software development and research. Such diversity refers to the combination many aspects such as gender, culture, religion and geographical distribution. The purpose of this workshop is to discuss with software engineering researchers and external experts about gender issues and their interplay with the other diversity aspects. The overall goal of the workshop is to improve the state of gender equality, and in general increase of inclusion and diversity principles in the software engineering community. The 3rd Workshop edition (GE@ICSE2022) on Gender Equality in Software Engineering1 was s fully online due to COVID pandemic. We had more than 30 participants who attended all the sessions. In this edition, the workshop featured a keynote from prof. Alexander Serebrenik (Gender and Community Smells in Software Engineering) and prof. Anita Sarma (Engineering Inclusivity into Your Products). We received 20 papers from 10 countries, underscoring the international importance of this topic. 13 papers were accepted for the proceedings.