Contributions to other publications

Title Author Datesort icon Publisher URL
WSIS: a difficult but interesting learning process Dafne Plou Dec 2005 Digitall Future: International Feminist Magazine http://www.enawa.org/scripts/wwwopac.exe?database=brief&isutf8=1&%250=700049&GEZ...
Two women lobby for communications rights Dafne Plou Dec 2005 Digitall Future: International Feminist Magazine http://www.enawa.org/scripts/wwwopac.exe?database=brief&isutf8=1&%250=700049&GEZ...
La sociedad civil y la sociedad de la información: Participación en la Cumbre Mundial sobre la Sociedad de la información Valeria Betancourt Dec 2005 Communication and Image Institute of University of Chile http://lac.derechos.apc.org/cdocs.shtml?x=3008934
Creating spaces for civil society in the WSIS – a reply to Michael Willie Currie Dec 2005 Heinrich-Böll-Foundation http://www.worldsummit2003.de/en/web/848.htm
“Much more could have been achieved” Civil Society Statement on the WorldSummit on the Information Society (2005) Dec 2005
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
The Report of the Task Force 
on Financial Mechanisms for ICT for Development Dec 2004
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
Geneva Declaration of Principles (2003) Dec 2003 ITU

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