Gender Mainstreaming in Practice: Handbook

5 February 2005
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A new Gender Mainstreaming methodology, written and developed by Regional Gender Programme, makes a gender dimension explicit in policy sectors. Gender equality is no longer viewed as a "separate question", but becomes a concern for all policies and programmes. Furthermore, a gender mainstreaming approach does not look at women in isolation, but looks at women and men both as actors in the development process, and its beneficiaries.<br /> <br /> This handbook is designed specifically for policy-makers who are not experts in gender issues, but who nonetheless are charged with the day-to-day responsibility of gender mainstreaming, according to organizational mandates. This handbook is meant to guide these professionals in their work.<br /> <br /> Available in English and Russian

Essentials: Information Communications Technology for Development

5 February 2005
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This Essentials is a practical introduction to the complex area of Information and Communications Technologies for Development (ICTD)

Creating a Development Dynamic: Final Report of the Digital Opportunity Initiative

4 February 2005
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The report covers ICT applications in health, education, participatory democracy and environmental movements.

UNIFEM Gender and HIV/AIDS Portal

28 January 2005
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UNIFEM, in collaboration with UNAIDS, has developed this comprehensive gender and HIV/AIDS web portal to provide up-to-date information on the gender dimensions of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Bridging the Gender Digital Divide: A Report on Gender and ICT

13 January 2005
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This report is the first of its kind to compile a substantial inventory of gender equality projects and resources for the information society in the CEE/CIS region, including references to other resources, relevant websites and contacts. Equally important, regional specificities are addressed. Similarities and differences for the region in terms of the gender agenda – both historic and current – are discussed in the context of ICTD approaches.