Gender and ICTs

No computers means no alternatives for victims of domestic violence in Egypt
No computers means no alternatives for victims of domestic violence in Egypt 26 April 2004 ArabDev

Local traditions in Upper Egypt prevent battered women from seeking refuge in shelters so getting training and finding a job is often the only way out of a violent family home. APC member, ArabDev, has carried out a survey to identify the skills needed for potential employment and a training project is ready to go, but there’s one problem: lack of computers. The Egyptian Ministry of Telecommunications has been promising ArabDev ten computers for the project for the last two years and still ...

Gender Evaluation of ICT projects (GEM) Workshop in Seville, Spain
Gender Evaluation of ICT projects (GEM) Workshop in Seville, Spain 06 February 2004 APC WNSP

“The Andalusian Institute for Women decided to invite the GEM team after learning about the tool via the website where it is now in English, Portuguese and Spanish,” said Dafne Sabanes Plou, regional coordinator for GEM in Latin America.

Advancing rural women’s empowerment in Southern Africa through ICTs
Advancing rural women’s empowerment in Southern Africa through ICTs 04 February 2004 Women'sNet

Women’sNet, an APC member in South Africa, is hosting a regional workshop to be held in Johannesburg in February which will bring together women’s organisations, government officials, and gender and development practitioners and researchers, involved in gender and information and communication projects and initiatives.

Women's Electronic Network Training Workshop in India
Women's Electronic Network Training Workshop in India 06 January 2004 APC WNSP

Nineteen women from all over India participated in the Women’s Electronic Network Training Workshop in India (WENT-IN) where they trained in planning effective web-based information services, and in using online communication tools to advance their networking and advocacy work.

Winners of the  APC/GKP Gender and ICT Awards announced in Geneva
Winners of the APC/GKP Gender and ICT Awards announced in Geneva 12 December 2003 APC WNSP

The Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP) held the Awards Ceremony for the winners of the awards for gender, youth, media and poverty reduction. During the Awards Ceremony, APC executive director, Anriette Esterhuysen, and Women’s Programme coordinator, Chat Garcia Ramilo, announced the winners of the Gender and ICT Awards on behalf of APC.

APC Women's Networking Support Programme (APC WSNP) celebrates a decade of empowering women through information and communicatio
APC Women's Networking Support Programme (APC WSNP) celebrates a decade of empowering women through information and communicatio 11 December 2003 APCNews

GENEVA, 11 December 2003. The APC Women’s Networking Support Programme (APC WNSP) celebrated ten remarkable years of working to make ICTs accessible to women yesterday at the World Summit on the Information Society in Geneva. In honour, they hosted a day-long series of panels, workshops and presentations which included a Gender and ICT award winners panel, a presentation on the WNSP̵...

Women in Sync
Women in Sync 16 December 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.

Net Gains: African Women Take Stock of Information and Communication Technologies
Net Gains: African Women Take Stock of Information and Communication Technologies 16 June 2000 Colleen Lowe Morna and Zohra Khan

Results of research commissioned by APC-Women-Africa and FEMNET, working with organisations like the UN Economic Commission for Africa, in an attempt to ensure that the gender dimensions of information and communications technologies (ICTs) in Africa are brought to the fore.