Contributions to other publications

Title Author Date Publishersort icon URL
The potential of ICT for promoting gender equality Natasha Primo Nov 2005 Global Knowledge Partnership http://www.globalknowledge.org/gkps_portal/index.cfm?&menuid=591&parentid=179
Participation in development processes: Can ICT make a difference? Anriette Esterhuysen Nov 2005 Global Knowledge Partnership http://www.globalknowledge.org/gkps_portal/index.cfm?&menuid=591&parentid=179
The working group on internet governance: A feminist conversation Karen Banks Nov 2005 Heinrich Boell Foundation http://www.worldsummit2003.de/
Summits and strategies Karen Banks Oct 2005 Index On Censorship http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2005-10-19-banks-en.html
Engendering rural information systems in Indonesia World Bank’s Rural Development and Natural Resources Sector Unit of the East Asia and Pacific Region Oct 2005 The World Bank http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/main?pagePK=64193027&piPK=64187937...
Civil Society in WSIS: A rite of passage Karen Banks Sep 2005 United Nations Information and Communications Technologies Task Force http://www.unicttaskforce.org/perl/documents.pl?id=1544
Women 2000 and beyond: Gender equality in information and communication technologies Sonia Jorge, Nancy Hafkin and Chat Garcia Ramilo Sep 2005 United Nations Secretariat http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/w2000-09.05-ict-e.pdf
Behind the mask – acting beyond the traditional path Esau Mathope Jul 2005 I4D Magazine http://www.i4donline.net/july05/behindmask_full.asp
Collective strategising: A challenge to the women's movement – Latin American and Caribbean women getting ready Dafne Plou Jun 2005 Digitall Future: International Feminist Magazine http://www.penelopes.org/Anglais/xarticle.php3?id_article=1449
Opinion: The Digital Solidarity Fund and The Economist APC Mar 2005 The Economist http://www.apc.org/english/news/index.shtml?x=31481
Building community wireless connectivity in developing countries APC Jan 2005 Women'sNet and OSISA http://www.osisa.org/files/mainstreaming_icts.pdf
Mainstreaming ICTs: Africa lives the information society. Women'sNet and OSISA Jan 2005 Women'sNet and OSISA http://www.osisa.org/files/mainstreaming_icts.pdf
What does the information society mean for social justice and civil society? Anriette Esterhuysen May 2004 MIT Press http://mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/1544752043557585

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