Entries tagged: Empowerment

Education WorldwideGender & ICTs

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[…]

Gender & ICTsLearning Technologies

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[…]

Gender & ICTsICT4D

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[…]

Gender & ICTs

Roundtable on Education, Gender and ICTs

Next May 20, will take place a roundtable on Education, Gender and ICTs. The roundtable will be chaired by Gill Kirkup, senior professor of educational technology at the Institute of Educational Technology of the Open[…]

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ICTs for Women Empowerment

The UNESCO Chair in e-Learning held a roundtable on December 10, with Juliet Webster and Cecilia Castaño under the title ICTs for Women Empowerment. Juliet Webster is researcher and consultant on women’s working lives in the[…]