Girls Who Code drops the Activision Blizzard partnership due to ‘errors’ in company management

Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization working to increase the number of women working in computer science, has ended its partnership with Activision Blizzard due to ongoing allegations of “assault, harassment and a toxic work environment” in the company .

“Our priority has and will always be to stand up for women and other under-represented groups in technology and ensure that they receive the support and stability they need to actively thrive while pursuing a career in computer science,” said Girls Who Code in a statement.

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