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Women in Sync

Women in Sync: Acting Locally, Connecting Globally (Toolkit 3)

Writers: Nani Buntarian, Cheekay Cinco, Karin Delgadillo, Dorothy Okello, Dafne Sabanes Plou, Chat Garcia Ramilo, Sonia Jaffe Robbins, Marie-Helene Mottin Sylla, the Women’sNet Team
Writers: Nani Buntarian, Cheekay Cinco, Karin Delgadillo, Dorothy Okello, Dafne Sabanes Plou, Chat Garcia Ramilo, Sonia Jaffe Robbins, Marie-Helene Mottin Sylla, the Women’sNet Team on 6 October, 2006 · Global
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Connecting Locally, Acting Globally is the third volume of Women in Sync. Women from diverse geographies and cultures tell how their communities are defining the Interneti, and how they are themselves redefined by the experience. The telling comes in different tones: some voices were are terse, some verbosevoluble, and some quietly passionate. But all are, in the end, inspiring.
 

Women in Sync: Networking for Change: The APC WNSP’s First 8 Years (Toolkit 2)

Karen Banks, Sally Burch, Irene Leon, Sonja Boezak and Liz Probert
Karen Banks, Sally Burch, Irene Leon, Sonja Boezak and Liz Probert on 6 October, 2006 · Global
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Networkingi for Change is the second volume of Women in Sync, a toolkit for women’s electronic networking. It chronicles the history of the Association for Progressive Communicationsi Women's Networking Support Programmei (APCWNSP) in its first 8 years of working together. In a series of articles, it examines how APCWNSP grew from a small band of women to a global network that served as an incubator of networking initiatives world-wide. It also examines emerging issues and challenges in gender and ICT policyi advocacyi and in the integration of new and old technologies to strengthen women's networking.
 

Women in Sync: Putting Beijing Online (Toolkit 1)

Putting Beijing Online is the first volume of Women in Sync, a toolkit for women’s electronic networkingi drawn largely from the pioneering experiences of APCWNSP. It documents the reflections of the women (and some men) who worked onsite in Huairou and Beijing and offsite from all over the globe during the Fourth United Nations World Conference on Women (UNWCW).
 
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