Gender & ICTs

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Digital gender divide or technologically empowered women in developing countries?

This article by Martin Hilbert (USC – University of Southern California) was published in Women’s Studies International Forum journal in 2011. ABSTRACT The discussion about women’s access to and use of digital Information and Communication Technologies[…]

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Why universities need more women at the top – Working towards gender balance at the top

Article published by Curt Rice in University World News European universities are failing in the way they use human resources. Women are underrepresented at the top levels of academia, and there are good reasons to[…]

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Women in ICT: International Research from a Lifecourse Perspective

In the link below you can access a special issue of the International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, with the published outcome of a conference that was held last November (2010) in Barcelona. It[…]

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ICT Training and Gender | eRwanda Project (World Bank)

Source | World Bank YouTube Channel Video on Gender Training on ICT through eRwanda Project (World Bank), focusing on need to scale up to 600.000 the training that was made for 700.

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Programa de Becas UNESCO-L’Oreal para Jóvenes Científicas 2012

Fuente | Comisión Española de Cooperación con la UNESCO La UNESCO ha abierto recientemente el plazo de presentación de candidaturas para el Programa de Becas UNESCO-L’Oreal para Jóvenes Científicas 2012. El objetivo de estas becas[…]

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The Most Influential Women in Technology

Fast Company Magazine has compiled a list of the most influential women in technology. They did it last year (2010) and now it’s time to know who are the leading female experts in technology for[…]

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mWomen: Empowering women through Mobile Techology

Source | www.mwomen.org In February 2010, the GSMA, in partnership with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, identified a gender gap in mobile phone access in the developing world – 300 million less women than[…]

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When dinosaurs talk: “Women Make Boardrooms Prettier and More Colorful”

As Germany is debating whether to instate a mandatory minimum quota for the proportion of women manning corporate boardrooms, Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank CEO, made some “unfortunate” (¿?) comments that heated the debate about gender[…]

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Review: Roundtable on Gender & ICTs with Chat Garcia Ramilo (APC)

Last November 29, the Chair organized a Roundtable on Gender & ICTs and invited Mrs. Chat Garcia Ramilo, from Association for Progressive Communications (APC). Here you can listen to the full roundtable and take a[…]

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Roundtable on Gender & ICTs with Chat Garcia Ramilo (APC)

On Monday, November 29, we are pleased to host Ms. Chat Garcia Ramilo, who is Coordinator and Analyst of Association for Progressive Communications (APC). APC is a twenty year old global organisation that works to[…]