Asia-Pacific Women 2000:Gender Equality, Development And Peace For The Twenty-First Century (Part B)

This is Part B of the report that summarizes the discussions and recommendations of the Asia Pacific Regional NGO Symposium, 31 August - 4 September 1999, Thailand. Here, sessions that are not formally endorsed by by the symposium participants at a plenary session, nor by the management committee are summarised and are given visibility and recognition.

Asia Report on the Gender Evaluation Methodology (GEM) Testing

The Gender Evaluation MethodologyAPC Annual Report 2006 ">i (GEM) Testing Process in Asia was participated in by a diverse set of initiatives from a variety of countries. Partners include Mothers4Mothers in Malaysia, Community Communications Online (c2o) in Australia, Centre for Women's Research (CENWOR) in Sri Lanka, InfoCon in Mongolia, the Philippine Council APC">ifor Health Research and Development in the Philippines, and the APC WNSP's own regional Women's Electronic Network Training (WENT).

Gender and ICT in the Philippines: A Proposed Policy Framework

The Philippine Constitution sets the framework of the State's responsibility to make the country ready to employ the potentials of ICT. It also unequivocally champions the equality between men and women in all areas of human activity.

Gender Perspectives in ICT

Presented to the plenary of the 47 session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in March 2003, this paper prepared by Chat Garcia Ramilo, WNSP-Asia Pacific Regional Coordinator, offers an overview of gender
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Are ICT Policies Addressing Gender Equality?

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National ICT policy and gender equality, Regional perspective: Asia

Paper prepared for the Expert Group Meeting of the UN Division for the Advancement of Women focussing on the impact of ICTS and their use as an instrument for the advancement and empowerment of women. The paper compares national policy in a range of issues including universal access, e-governance, trafficking of women, pornography, censureship, cybercrime and ICTs as a public good. The paper suggests six concrete points of intervention in gender and icts for national governments to explore.

From access to appropriation: Women and ICT policies in Latin American and the Caribbean

In the current phase of development of the so called 'Information Society', we must clearly differentiate the potentialities (informative, educational, cultural, political, economic, etc.) offered by the new technologies, from their manifestations and actual impact on the various contexts and social groups.

This type of analysis is still at a beginning stage in the LAC Region. Therefore, the understanding of the role currently played by these technologies in our societies is

eInclusion revisited: The Local Dimension of the Information Society

Report shows that Women more internet savvy than men and have overtaken men in their Internet take-up.

The focus of the report

A) a survey based analysis of the 2001 – 2003 evolution in digital inclusion

Part A analyses what has happened in Europe since 2001 with respect to e-Inclusion, on the basis of recent survey findings. The main trends of ICT penetration and use in European

Statement by Ms. Audrone Morkuniene, Secretary of the Ministry of Social Security and Labour

UN GA 57th session

Commission on Status of Women, 47th Session

5 March, 2003

Chairman,

At the outset, on behalf of the delegation of Lithuania, I would like to extend our warmest thanks to you Mr. Chairman and other members of the bureau as well as to the Secretariat for the preparatory work of the 47th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. Lithuanian delegation is willing to co-operate fully and is ready to make its every endeavour towards the success of this session.

Tester Report: Capacity Building of Lithuanian Women Through ICT & Networking

Overall goal of the project “Capacity Building of Lithuanian Women Through ICT & Networking” evaluation was to get feedback from women who attended courses on Computer Basics and Internet and to evaluate did it had any impact not only on their knowledge but also on their lives. Also evaluation was seeking to evaluate was the course easy to understand for them and if no, how the it could be improved.