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Roma Information Project: The Roma Women's Movement Takes on Technology

Maria Metodieva
Maria Metodieva on 13 February, 2005
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Roma women thoughts regarding the Open Society Institute and the Advocacyi Project carried out Roma information Project (RIP). The goal of the project was to introduce a selected number of Roma women organisation in Central and Easter Europe to information technology.
 

Women & Science: Statistics and Indicators

on 12 February, 2005
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Website contain indicators on the subject of women and science for the 25 EU Member States.
 

She figures 2003

on 12 February, 2005
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The "She Figures 2003" report provides a detailed statistical analysis of women's participation in all aspects of science (education, employment, and research), existing gender differences across scientific fields and gender equalityi in setting the scientific agenda.
 

Women, science and technology: Measuring recent progress towards gender equality

August Götzfried
August Götzfried on 12 February, 2005
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Latest Eurostat data show that although women are still significantly under-represented in scientific and engineering disciplines, the numbers of female graduates in these fields have increased over the last few years. The new figures on “Women, science and technology: Measuring recent progress towards gender equalityi" provide continuing evidence of a narrowing of the gender gapi for graduates in “hard sciences”, especially in technologies and engineering.
 

Communications, Education and Employment for Women through Information Technology (CEEWIT)

on 12 February, 2005
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The site of Communications, Education and Employment features methodology and teaching material for the training of women in rural areas in the use of IT technology and the Interneti and to run test courses.
 

The eLearning Action Plan: Designing tomorrow’s education

on 12 February, 2005
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eLearning is one of the main topics in the action plan eEurope 2005. All aims of this action plan should be achieved by the end of 2004. The eLearning initiative seeks to mobilise all actors to speed up changes in the education and training systems for EU's move to a knowledge-based society.
 

Gender ICT: Issues, Implications & Opportunities (Summary of Online Discussions)

The document presents a summary of the discussions. Specific themes include access to ICTs and their use; Information, technology and women empowermenti; and Women's campaigns, networks, resources and repositories on ICT.
 

Action Items for Gender Equality in the Information Society

The document outlines concrete recommendations for actions in a myriad of areas to address problems of gender equityi in ICTs, ranging from basic access issues to decision making power and presence.

 

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Gender Equality

E-discussion on the impact of ICTi on gender relations and the ways ICT can be used to overcome gender inequalities. sharing ideas, opinions, concerns, and lessons learned with development practitioners, policyi makers, and academics.
 

Gender Issues in ICT policy in developing countries: an overview

The paper highlights specific measures that could be incorporated into ICT policyi in developing countries to ensure gender equalityi.
 
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