The publication points out that CEDAW, Beijing and the MDGs are mutually supporting processes and proposes ways on how to enhance the synergy among these processes to achieve gender equality.
The paper calls for a shift in national and global policies in order to respond to the growing digital divide within countries and among developed and developing countries.
The document presents a summary of the discussions. Specific themes include access to ICTs and their use; Information, technology and women empowerment; and Women's campaigns, networks, resources and repositories on ICT.
The book is an in-depth look at the issues surrounding financial mechanisms to achieve universal access. While the book does not focus on gender, specifically, it contributes to the knowledge base necessary for effective advocacy in ICT policy processes.
The document outlines concrete recommendations for actions in a myriad of areas to address problems of gender equity in ICTs, ranging from basic access issues to decision making power and presence.<br /><br /><br />
This document outlines fundamental principles that the WSIS process should embrace in its reflections on information societies.
Provides language for the draft declaration and insights for the incorporation of gender in information societies.
The document out critical ICT issues relevant to gender equality and women's empowerment in the current context of globalisation and development
The NGO Gender Strategies Working Group, which includes the APC WNSP, issued this Call to Governments given their grave concerns regarding the complete lack of attention to gender issues in the WSIS declaration and process.