Gender & ICTs

Booklet on Gender Policy for Community Radio Stations published by BNNRC

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Community Radio is playing very significant role in the countries of South Asia responding to other regions of the world.

Short-listed GenARDIS III candidates announced

CAPE TOWN 10 September 2008 (Jennifer Radloff for GenARDIS)

The Gender, Agriculture and Rural Development in the Information Society (GenARDIS) Small Grants Fund is delighted to announce that twenty projects have been short-listed as possible GenARDIS grantees. The short-listed proposals come from sixteen countries in Africa and the Caribbean, ranging from the Dominican Republic and St. Vincent on over the Atlantic Ocean to rock-skip throughout western Africa in Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Cameroon and the Congo. Eastern Africa and Southern Africa also have their share of representation with projects from Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Read the entire announcement

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GenARDIS Workshop

Location: 
Goree Institute, Goree Island
Date and time: 
Sep 26 2008 (All day) - Sep 30 2008 (All day)

GEM Thematic Adaptation Workshop for Localisation Initiatives

Location: 
Vientiane (hotel venue to be determined)
Date and time: 
Jan 18 2009 (All day) - Jan 21 2009 (All day)

Localisation projects are often deemed as gender neutral, having a prime focus of developing localised technology only.

Gender Centred this month: Cybercrime and women

PRAGUE 26 August 2008 (Various for GenderIT.org)

This month, APC women’s GenderIT bulletin investigates online crime, cyberstalking, and asks how women are being affected. In “Finding a difficult balance – Human rights, law enforcement and cyber violence against women” Mavic Cabrera-Balleza speaks to activists from South Africa and the USA. Wieting Xu looks at cybercrime in India. Argentinian lawyer Carlos Gregorio argues that “Cybercrime laws are not enough, there is also a need for education”. And Ramata Soré discovers that in Burkina Faso women are the perpetrators as well as the victims of internet fraud.

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Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies: Sexuality Institute 2008

Date and time: 
Aug 16 2008 (All day) - Aug 23 2008 (All day)

The Institute will bring together leading NGO representatives, researchers, practitioners and policymakers for a holistic interdisciplinary program combining history, theory and politics of sexuality

8th Conference of the Science Council of Asia (SCA)

Date and time: 
May 27 2008 (All day) - May 30 2008 (All day)

The International Network of Women for Solidarity

Date and time: 
May 27 2008 (All day) - May 30 2008 (All day)

APC and UgaBYTES join forces to evaluate gender and ICTs

BUWAMA 20 August 2008 (Francis Mwathi for UgaBYTES)

On the 6th of August 2008, Dafne Plou, an APC facilitator on the Gender Evaluation Methodology (GEM) with telecentres, visited Uganda on a mission of evaluating how ICTs impact the community within gender lines.

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Breaking stereotypes about women, girls and technology in the Czech Republic

PRAGUE 14 August 2008 (Lenka Simerska for APC WNSP)

Taking control of technology for women’s advocacy took a different tack in the Czech Republic, where APC WNSP Europe introduced the project “Women into IT” to challenge stereotypes around women and ICTs and attract more women into the IT field.

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