Interviews and media coverage

Gender, ICT and …ostrich eggs?

APC-WSPN. 2005. “Gender, ICT and …ostrich eggs? GRACE, an African ICT Research Network What do ostrich eggs, free attitudes, ICT and graciousness have in common? An exciting new research initiative that brings together African researchers to study Africa, ICTs and women’s empowerment, called GRACE. The Gender Research in Africa into ICTs for Empowerment held...

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The Implications of Networked Societies

Buskens, Ineke. “The Implications of Networked Societies.” ICTs provide vast potential for people to connect and make strides towards beneficial and progressive development. However, the current global context is governed by an Androcratic system with embedded patriarchal practices and values that instil injustice. It is important that in dialoguing networked societies, we consider and...

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Rethinking Energy Access: Integrating ICTs and gender for sustainable solutions

Energy Management News. 2005. “Rethinking Energy Access: Integrating ICTs and gender for sustainable solutions,” Volume 11, Number 4, December.

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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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