Gender & ICTs

Journalist Women´s Congress

Date and time: 
Sep 25 2008 (All day) - Sep 26 2008 (All day)

Dafne Plou, APC WNSP LAC regional coordinator, is a panelist in this congress.

4th Ibero-American Congress of Genre's Studies Virtual Stage

Date and time: 
Jul 1 2008 (All day) - Jul 20 2008 (All day)

GEM II: Thematic Adaptation Workshop on Gender and ICT Policy Advocacy-Entry Points and Processes

Date and time: 
Mar 31 2008 (All day) - Apr 4 2008 (All day)

This workshop will focus on gender evaluation for national ICT projects from around the world, by adapting the APC Women’s Networking Support Programme’s Gender Evaluation Methodology for Internet

Net Gains: African Women Take Stock of Information and Communication Technologies

By Colleen Lowe Morna and Zohra Khan (June 2000, APC-Africa-Women/FEMNET )
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Women in Sync

By APC WNSP (March 2000, APC WNSP )

A three volume book set that captures the APC WNSP experience of getting women online during the 1990s, including running the onsite internet centre at the 1995 Beijing World Conference on Women and case studies from Latin America, Africa, Asia and Central Europe.

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52nd Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women

United Nations headquarters
Date and time: 
Feb 25 2008 (All day) - Mar 7 2008 (All day)

The World Wide Web of Desire: Content regulation on the internet

By Namita Malhotra (November 2007, APC WNSP )

It is obvious that the discourse around content regulation has shifted mostly towards the protection of children from harmful content and child pornography on the internet. Any references to gender-related concerns were dropped, including even problematic conceptions that women and children need the paternalistic protection of the state or international bodies from harmful content. One can speculate that this could possibly mean (in a positive sense) that women are no longer viewed only as “victims” and because of their own agency do not require the protectionist attitude of the state. Or, on the other hand, women’s movements, feminists and others working on gender have encountered and realised the hazards of demanding protection from the state, in the interests of their own freedom of expression and because of their alliances with civil society, non-governmental organisations and social movements.

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