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The Declaration was presented as an alternative to the official Declaration at the WSIS in Geneva.
The paper highlights specific measures that could be incorporated into ICT policy in developing countries to ensure gender equality.
The document is a synthesis of the results of the Virtual Seminar Series on gender and ICT, and online forum for exchange of research-based knowledge and information.
The paper emphasises the importance of gender disaggregated statistics and indicators in informing national and global ICT policies.
BRIDGE’s Cutting Edge Pack on Gender and ICTs consists of two components: the Overview Report and the Supporting Resources Collection.
This paper was published in 2003 as background material in preparation for the WSIS. It asserts that gender considerations need to be an integral component in policymaking.
The paper is a survey and brief analysis of various research studies and publications done on gender and ICTs between 1998 and 2001. The author identifies women’s lack of participation in ICT policymaking and production as one of the key issues to consider in bridging the gender digital divide.
The e-primer is intended to help policymakers define a framework for the appropriate and effective use of ICTs in educational systems.
The annual UNCTAD report analyses, from a development perspective, recent trends and advances in information and communication technologies (ICT), such as e-commerce and e-business, and examines their applications in developing countries.