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Girls can click away to bigger thing

Namono, Lydia. 22 February 2010. “Girls can click away to bigger things,” Daily Monitor

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How are ICTs used to draw young Sudanese women into premarital sexual activities and how can ICTs be used to protect them against this?

Radio Program Series on ICT Research in Sudan aired on May 23rd, 2010 A series of four radio programs with research team leader Ikhlas Nour on research conducted into “How are ICTs used to draw young Sudanese women into premarital sexual activities and how can ICTs be used to protect them against this?” was...

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African Women and ICTs Book launch

Yitamben, Gisele. 2009. African Women and ICTs Book launch in Douala, Cameroon GRACE researcher Gisele Yitamben launched the GRACE book, African Women and ICTs in Douala Cameroon. The launch took place at the Faculty of Science of the University of Douala during its ‘Week of Science, Enterprises and Development’ event which took place from...

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My experience in GRACE

Bakesha, Susan. 2011. “My experience in GRACE.” Panel presentation: Being and becoming an international research network to contribute to policy change: finding and strengthening our voices/our-selves, Women’s Worlds, Ottawa, Canada, 7 July.

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On My Researcher’s Experience in the Network GRACE MENA

Ben Hassine, Oum Kalthoum. 2011. “On My Researcher’s Experience in the Network GRACE MENA.” Panel presentation: Being and becoming an international research network to contribute to policy change: finding and strengthening our voices/our-selves, Women’s Worlds, Ottawa, Canada, 7 July.

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Learning with GRACE 2

Buskens, Ineke. 2008. “Learning with GRACE 2,” Presentation for the 66th EuroAfrica – ICT Concentration Meeting, Brussels, Belgium December 10.

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What it took: Reflections on the GRACE Research Journey

Buskens, Ineke. 2009. “What it took: Reflections on the GRACE Research Journey,” keynote address at the launch of African Women and ICTs: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment, at the UNISA Library in Pretoria, 7 September. … Our concepts do not only shape our physical reality, they also shape our non-physical reality. Our concepts are...

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What Matters Most? Reflections for the Discussions on Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) for Human Development, Growth and Poverty Reduction

Buskens, Ineke. 2009. “What Matters Most? Reflections for the Discussions on Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) for Human Development, Growth and Poverty Reduction,” discussion paper for Harvard Forum II: ICTs, Human Development, Growth and Poverty Reduction, September 23-24. There is no bottom without a top, and the top is just as much part of...

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Becoming Aware of What is Going On: Reflecting on Social and Gender Injustice In Context of Human Development, Poverty and ICTs

Buskens, Ineke. 2009. “Becoming Aware of What is Going On: Reflecting on Social and Gender Injustice In Context of Human Development, Poverty and ICTs,” position paper for Harvard Forum II: ICTs, Human Development, Growth and Poverty Reduction, September 23-24. In concerning ourselves about the role of ICTs for human development and poverty reduction, we...

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Globalization, Engendered Knowledge systems and Strategies for Women’s Empowerment

Buskens, Ineke. 2009. “Globalization, Engendered Knowledge systems and Strategies for Women’s Empowerment,” (Arabic version) presentation for the Second International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender in Science and Development, Aden, 12-14 December. The first point I want to make is that we are all knowledge constructors, whether we have embraced knowledge construction as our profession, as...

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