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CSW 2018: GAMAG Statement to the Commission

CSW 2018: GAMAG Statement to the Commission

Toronto, 20 October 2017: The Global Alliance on Media and Gender (GAMAG) urges the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) to take action to advance gender equality in and through the media, information and communication technologies. In its statement to the Commission, GAMAG outlines eight (8) policy and practice actions for UN Member States, […]

October 26, 2017 Themes: Gender equality | ICT's | Media Programs: Gender & Media

ICTs

ICTs

Madagascar, 2015

September 22, 2016 Themes: ICT's Programs: SADC Gender Protocol & Alliance

Making waves: media’s potential for girls in the Global South

Girls are slowly becoming a growing priority for the international development community and they are investing in girls’ empowerment. The interplay between gender and media has been investigated with regard to girls in the Global North, but the role the media plays in girls’ lives in the South needs more study. This policy briefing seeks […]

September 21, 2016 Themes: ICT's | Media | Young Women Programs: Gender and Media Diversity Centre (GMDC)

African media online

African media is increasingly using the internet as an output device. Using new technologies we can increasingly develop our riches for internal and external audiences.

June 22, 2016 Themes: ICT's | Media Programs: Gender and Media Diversity Centre (GMDC)

Bridging the ICT gap among female and male teachers

Name of article:  Bridging the ICT gap among female and male teachers  Name of publication: The Broadcasters Organisation Country: Botswana Theme: Gender Equality Quotable quotes Provide one quote from your story that demonstrates what has changed in your life/ the life of the leader since you/the leader became gender aware. ‘Gender issues need me and […]

Information Technology

Information Technology

South Africa, June 2016

June 3, 2016 Themes: ICT's Programs: Strategic Communications and IT Training

Evaluation matters: gender inequality and you

A quarterly knowledge publication of the operations evaluation department of the African Development Bank Group. This issue is entitled Gender Inequality and You and the articles include Gender equality is the goal: gender mainstreaming is the means; Evaluation as a tool in gender mainstreaming; Beyond repetitive evaluations of gender mainstreaming and South Africa and Rwanda […]

Learning journey: Finding pleasure in the job

“Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work”- Aristotle With the changes taking place in the technological arena, it is sometimes difficult to work out what my next new role should be in order to succeed as an ICT professional, but that is what makes the job interesting. I have been with Gender Links […]

May 8, 2016 Themes: Gender equality | ICT's Programs: News

Namibia: Natalia Nangobe

Namibia: Natalia Nangobe

Ogwediva, Namibia, 8 March 2016: My name is Nakandjemo* I come from Ombila village in Oshana region and have five children. If you give more women business skills, then poverty will reduce in Namibia. I am no longer abused by my husband we made peace. This happened because now I am making money and can buy food for the house and contribute to our children wherever I can.

India: Women’s right to communicate stifled

India’s village of Gujarat is reported to banned women and girls from using cellphones. This greatly stifles young girls and women right to communicate which is a fundamental and basic human right for all.This will further exacerbate the communication inequality that exist in developing socities. Read more from the Independent.