Feminist reflection on internet policies

Changing the way you see ICT

Asia-Pacific

IT For Change

TfC (IT For Change) is a non-profit organisation located in India that envisions a society capable of, and comfortable with, innovative and effective use of information and communication technologies (ICT) as a tool, to further goals of progressive social change. They are a network of development professionals committed to engage with the on-going technology and development discourse by reviewing, interpreting and critiquing existing approaches and conceptualizing alternatives to blend technological possibilities with development realities in the South.

World Association for Christian Communication Women's Programme

WACC Women's Programme advocates full and equal participation of women in public communication so that it is enriched by women's distinctive needs, insights and experiences.

Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme

The Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme (APDIP) is an initiative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) that aims to promote the development and application of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for poverty alleviation and sustainable human development in the Asia-Pacific region.

Association for Progressive Communications

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Source: APC website">i (APC) is an international network of social technology organisations dedicated to empowering and supporting groups working for social justice and sustainable development through the strategic useAPC Annual Report 2005">i of ICTs since its founding in 1990. Through the Communications and Information Policy ProgrammeSource: APC Annual Report 2005 ">i (CIPP) and the APC Women's Networking Support ProgrammeSource: APC WNSP website">i (WNSP) APC is implementing global and regional ICT policy policy. Style Information: n/a">i projects that raise awareness, build capacity, tools and information resources to strengthen civil society participation in decision-making.

Women's Electronic Network Training

The Women's Electroninic Networking Training (WENT) promotes the use of information and communication technology to enhance women's role and capacity in social and policy advocacy.

United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific

United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) is the regional arm of the United Nations Secretariat for the Asian and Pacific. It provides a forum for all Governments of the region to review and discuss economic and social issues and to strengthen regional cooperation.

Asian Women's Resource Exchange

The Asian Women's Resource Exchange (AWORC) is an Interneti-based women's information service and network in Asia. It is an initiative geared towards developing cooperative approaches and partnerships in increasing access and exploring applications of new information and communication technologies for women's empowermentGender and Development: Terms and Concepts ">i.

WomensHub

WomensHub is a Philippines-based organisation of women who undertakes initiatives to promote greater access to ICT by communities struggling to assert their autonomy and empowerment.

Open Forum of Cambodia

The Open Forum of Cambodia is a Cambodian non-government and not-for-profit organization which works to provide opportunities and resources, for Cambodia citizens to develop new skills and insights in policy questions.

Mahiti

MAHITI provides Information and Communication Technology services to the civil sector specialising in multi-platform, multi-lingual web, intranet, multimedia and kiosk applications.
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