Resources

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.
Compendium of ICTs activities and projects carried out by various UN agencies in preparation for the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).
The Paper presents a gender perspective on trends and policy implications of changes on the labour markets during the first ten years of the transition process within a context of UNECE activities in the area of Gender and Economy. It has three parts. Part I shows gender asymmetry in selected labour market developments based on available data. Part II presents policy implications and part III UNECE programmes and activities.
In Europe women become entrepreneurs on average twice less often than men. The UNECE Programme on Women’s Entrepreneurship aims at raising awareness of problems of women entrepreneurs by enhancing dialogue and promoting the exchange of best practices and recommending policies. This study includes select papers adopted from the First Forum of Women Entrepreneurs and meeting of the Team of Specialists on Women’s Entrepreneurship held in October 2001. The study has three parts. Part one presents a regional overview of the situation and problems of women entrepreneurs. Part two includes country experiences. And the final part discusses the importance of networks and the benefits of connecting women-run enterprises to the global digital economy.
This report looks at women’s access to financing and ICT within progress and perspectives from selected countries and sub-regions in the area covered by the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE).
The Framework integrates a gender perspective into UNESCO's sectors and programmes. The support of ICTs as tools for women and girls empowerment is listed among objectives addressed by this media-term gender-mainstreaming strategy.
The reports provide an overview of a situation in the areas relevant to the development and functioning of the knowledge-based economy.
The training curriculum provides regulators and policy makers through specialized training that will assist them to effectively integrate gender perspectives in telecommunications policy.