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Two women lobby for communications rights
Two women lobby for communications rights 06 December 2007 Dafne Plou

Mainstreaming ICTs: Africa lives the information society.
Mainstreaming ICTs: Africa lives the information society. 06 December 2007 Women'sNet and OSISA

This handbook for development practitioners offers 10 case studies from southern Africa in an attempt to bridge policy and practice in the use of ICTs to confront issues of gender inequalities, schools with limited resources, and harsh environmental realities. It also features five toolkits to h...

Civil Society in WSIS: A rite of passage
Civil Society in WSIS: A rite of passage 06 December 2007 Karen Banks

Any world summit is challenging to design and to organize: the World Summit on the Information Society exceptionally so. This book describes, through the voices of some of its major actors, essential parts of the complex undertaking of the WSIS, from conception to realization. The work of many pa...

Women 2000 and beyond: Gender equality in information and communication technologies
Women 2000 and beyond: Gender equality in information and communication technologies 06 December 2007 Sonia Jorge, Nancy Hafkin and Chat Garcia Ramilo

“Women 2000 and beyond: Gender equality in information and communication technologies” was compiled by the United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (UNDAW), with the collaboration of Sonia Jorge, Nancy Hafkin and Chat Garcia Ramilo.

Summits and strategies
Summits and strategies 06 December 2007 Karen Banks

In November 2005, the United Nations World Summit on the Information Society will meet for the last time in Tunis. In its five year history, the WSIS has failed to succeed in redressing the North-South “digital divide”. Consensus in the WSIS has been elusive: the private and public se...

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