Gender voices from Tunis

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Here's some information about GenderIT.org coverage planned for the WSIS at Tunis in mid-November 2005. See details of what's expected via websites, blogs, RSS feeds and more, to keep cyberspace informed about what's emerging.
Here's some information about GenderIT.org coverage planned for the WSIS at Tunis in mid-November 2005. See details of what's expected via websites, blogs, RSS feeds and more, to keep cyberspace informed about what's emerging.

English and Spanish websites will keep APC and APC
WNSP members and women's rights activist informed about the activities of gender advocates, and women's concerns regarding key issues on the agenda.

WSIS Blogs: Feminist Talk will offer both the reflective and informal chronicle of GenderIT.org writer Jac sm Kee on gender related events, discussions and issues that emerge from the Tunis summit.

On the RSS front, there will be an RSS feed will be from the blog in Feminist Talk, the Resources Slice and Events. (We will announce details shortly, as soon as blog RSS are available.)

Snapshots: here the focus will be at collecting information on the events and new resources launched that address gender and ICT issues. Check out our WSIS section.

GenderIT.org's team will also produce a series of analytical writings on the gender aspects of 'critical issues' that will be discussed during the Summit, including Fuente: TechSoup Glossary y GenderIT.org ">internet

governance and financing.

Also planned are highlights of APC-related events, activities and statements -- in the form of annotations, blog reflections or articles. Special e-mail editions are also planned, as done during the Prepcom. We are planning to distribute special information updates on "Gender Peripheries of WSIS Summit in Tunis" via e-mail every 1-3 days. These special email editions are to be sent to a number of women right's and feminist's mailinglists.

At GenderIT.org, we are also exploring content partnerships with Women Media Pool, Highway Africa, and Digital Future.

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