Presentations

Observation as Freedom

Buskens, Ineke. 2011. “Observation as Freedom,” a response to “Women and the Internet: Objectification and Human Capabilities,” by Marth Nussbaum. A Presentation by Ineke Buskens who played the role of commentator on Martha Nussbaum’s keynote address at the Human Development Capabilities Approach Conference on Innovation, Human Development and Capabilities: 6-8th September, in The Hague,...

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ICT in Education for Women Empowerment

Buskens, Ineke 2012. Keynote Address : “ICT in Education for Women Empowerment: Creating New Paradigms of Thinking, Feeling and Relating”. Rwanda International Conference on Technology in Education, Kigali, Rwanda, 5-7 September. http://issuu.com/gracenetwork/docs/inekes_ricte_presentation

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Effectively Applying Mobile Technologies to the World Bank’s Development Planning

Buskens, Ineke 2012. Panel Discussion: ‘Effectively Applying Mobile Technologies to the World Bank’s Development Planning’. Online Webinar organised by The Bretton Woods Committee, in cooperation with Development Alternatives, 7 June. http://www.brettonwoods.org/uploads/pages/185/Bretton%20Woods%20Comm_DAI%20Webinar%20-%20Effectively%20Applying%20Mobile%20to%20Dev%20Planning.pdf (see page 20, forward)

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Gender Research in Arab Countries into ICTs for Empowerment

Gender Research in Arab Countries into ICTs for Empowerment: poster presentation at the 1st Arab Women in Science and Technology Conference in Dubai The information society comes with lots of opportunities and challenges and is creating new areas of inclusion and exclusion. The new Information and Communication tools, however, have the potential to contribute...

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Can ICTs improve the livelihoods of Egyptian women artisans?

Hassanin, Leila. 2007. “Can ICTs improve the livelihoods of Egyptian women artisans?” Presentation for Rooms of Their Own conference, 2-4 May, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.

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Egyptian women artisans: ICTs are not the entry to modern markets

Hassanin, Leila. 2008. “Egyptian women artisans: ICTs are not the entry to modern markets,” presented at the 8th International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (HCC8), IFIP TC9, Pretoria, South Africa, September 25-26.

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Women and Cybercrime in Kenya

Munyua, Alice, Muriuki Mureithi and Grace Githaiga. 2010. “Women and Cybercrime in Kenya.” Presentation at ICANN No. 37 DNS forum, Nairobi, 8 March.

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Highlighting the Convolution that is the ICT World: Professional Career Women in Kenya Speak

Omano, Salome. 2010. “Highlighting the Convolution that is the ICT World: Professional Career Women in Kenya Speak” This paper emerges from a study that investigated how professional career women in the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector in Kenya have accessed and are appropriating ICT. The paper has been inspired by women who have...

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Network research coordination over time and space: reflections on the intricacies of international collaboration

Webb, Anne. 2011. “Network research coordination over time and space: reflections on the intricacies of international collaboration,” 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. As the GRACE research coordinator since 2005, when the project got underway,...

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Being a member of GRACE

Yitamben, Gisele. 2011. “Being a member of 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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