The Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation
The Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation is a non-governemental organization in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 2019.
Marie-Anne Delahaut is president, founder and CEO of the Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation, as well as head and founder of Millennia2015 "Women actors of development for the global challenges", international foresight research process created in 2007. She serves as director of research at The Destree Institute, chair of the Information Society Unit and network administrator. She has created MAD-Skills.eu "Master, Apply and Dynamise your skills" to share knowledge through innovation and the "madskills", implying particularly the young generations.
She chairs the International Working Group "Women and eHealth" (WeHealth), Wetelemed, the Global Network of Women in Telemedicine, the WeObservatory, the Women Observatory for eHealth, and the initiative Zero Mothers Die.
The Millennia2025 Foundation works and is developing thanks to the International Millennia2025 Voluntary Researchers' Network and the Millennia2025 Communities active in many countries.
v Header photo by Marie-Anne Delahaut : UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, 30.06.2015.
Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation
Organization in Special Consultative Status
with the United Nations Economic and Social Council
(ECOSOC) since 2019