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OPINION: The European Women in Games Conference 2017 paints a bright future for the industry

Women in Games CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman (pictured right) talks to MCV about the success of its recent European Women in Games Conference and how it paints a bright future for the industry. Our seventh annual conference earlier this month highlighted the key role women play in the European game industries as …

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Opinion: ‘Homegrown has to be the future’ says Women in Games CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman

Brexit means Brexit. That’s the mantra endlessly repeated by Government. And whatever your opinion, barring an electoral upset of unimaginable proportions next month, the UK will be exiting the EU in 2019. How we leave is uncertain but the fact we’re leaving is not. As this becomes clearer, how UK …

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Opinion: ‘The games industry has become a more diverse and inclusive place’

I am really honoured to write this piece for MCV about the Women in Games Awards. I have been involved with the awards previously in all aspects, from nominating female peers I respect to helping with the judging process and even collecting a few awards myself.  It was amazing to …

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Opinion: ‘There is much work to be done before women are fairly represented across all disciplines’

First a confession: when I started in the industry, back in 1863, I didn’t really think that sexism applied to me. I was outspoken and thought that if you could ‘man up’ and work hard, you’d be fine. I was wrong. Maybe it’s hindsight – the most powerful of the …

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