Here is a repository of the latest research reports, policy documents, presentations, issue papers, and other relevant publications focusing on the area of ICT and gender.

This book is based on the report of the Asia Pacific NGO Symposium, Women 2000, held in Thailand, September 1999. The draft was the focus of work at the Lobbying Training Workshop organised by Asia Pacific Women's Watch (APWW) in Kathmandu January 2000, and amendments were made following that workshop, in the context of the original text.<br /><br /><br />
East Asian Sub-Regional Report on the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action was prepared by four countries in East Asia, i.e., China, Japan, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea.
Part B of this report summarizes the discussions and recommendations of the Asia Pacific Regional NGO Symposium, 31 August - 4 September 1999, Thailand.<br />
Part A of this report summarises the discussions and recommendations of the Asia Pacific Regional NGO Symposium, 31 August - 4 September 1999, Thailand.
Report of the Gender Evaluation Methodology (GEM) Testing Process in Asia participated by a diverse set of initiatives from five countries.
This paper seeks to recommend a policy framework that will address the goal of mobilising ICT to advance gender equality and women's empowerment.
This paper presents an overview of gender and ICT issues, as well as key outcomes and recommendations from the expert group meeting on “Information and communication technologies and their impact on and use as an instrument for the advancement and empowerment of women” in 2002. It is presented to the plenary of the 47th session of the Commission on the Status of Women in March 2003.
Paper on comparative study of six countries' national IT and gender policy frameworks and the extend to which global and regional gender and ICT advocacy have effected local or national policy changes. Prepared for the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Expert Group Meeting to Review ICT Policy from a Gender Perspective, Bangkok, 18-19 December 2001.<br />
The paper compares national policy in a range of issues including universal access, e-governance, trafficking of women, pornography, censoreship, cybercrime and ICTs as a public good.