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Organising women workers in the informal economy
N. Kabeer; K. Milward; R. Sudarshan / Gender and Development, 2013
There are numerous challenges facing organisation amongst the hardest-to-reach women in the informal economy. This paper, published in Gender and Development, examines the various factors determining the success and failure of attempt...
Community matters: fulfilling learning potentials for young men and women
UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, 2013
The scale of the youth illiteracy problem calls for critical and targeted responses. It is important to help young people in developing countries gain basic literacy skills so that they can contribute to the development of productive,...
Exploring alternative approaches for managing electoral injustice in Africa
K. Ajayi / Institute for Security Studies, 2010
African dictators have resisted the transition before succumbing to both internal and external pressures; however, the electoral process has often turned to warfare in many of the states, as it has sometimes been difficult to remove i...
The role and place of the African Standby Force within the African Peace and Security Architecture
S.A. Dersso / Institute for Security Studies, 2010
This paper highlights the importance of the African Standby Force (ASF) within the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) and examines the challenges facing it as one of the most important mechanisms for the African Union&rsqu...
Community in Cyberspace: Gender, Social Movement Learning, and the Internet
C.J. Irving; L.M. English / Adult Education Quarterly, 2011
How well are organisations able to make use of information and communication technology (ICT) to further their goals of promoting social movement learning and activism? Feminist non-profit organisations are sites of informal and non-f...
Through the 'information society' prism: Scoping gender equality for the post-2015 agenda
A. Gurumurthy; C. Nandini; E. Saloranta / IT for Change, 2012
What does the information society offer for women’s empowerment and gender equality? This paper argues that information and communication technologies (ICTs) offer the potential for marginalised women to access public spaces. Op...
Labouring Women, Enterprising States – A Research Study on Women, Information Technology and Narratives of Entrepreneurship
A. Gurumurthy; L. McLaughlin; M. Jha / IT for Change, 2014
This document explores the structural-institutional facets of the relationship between women entrepreneurs, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and the mainstream discourse on entrepreneurship. The research focuses on wo...
Malaysia: Violence against Women and ICT
J. sm Kee; S. Randhawa / Association for Progressive Communications, 2009
Can information and communication technologies (ICT) change the ways women experience and confront violence? This paper argues that ICT issues are still seen largely in terms of technology and access to technology, rather than as issu...
Towards Evidence-based ICT Policy and Regulation: Gender Assessment of ICT Access and Usage in Africa
A. Gillwald; A. Milek; C. Stork 2010
How can access to ICTs be improved for women in Africa?  This study explores the gender inequities of access and usage in 17 countries of East, Central, South and West Africa. It argues that the diffusion of ICTs is highly uneven...
Global InformatIon SocIety Watch 2013: Women’s rights, gender and ICTs
A. Finlay (ed) / Association for Progressive Communications, 2013
Alan Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are critical to achieve women’s rights. Access to the internet is a precondition to women’s full participation in all spheres of life. At the same time, we must not fo...
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Organising women workers in the informal economy
N. Kabeer; K. Milward; R. Sudarshan / Gender and Development, 2013
There are numerous challenges facing organisation amongst the hardest-to-reach women in the informal economy. This paper, published in Gender and Development, examines the various factors determining the success and failure of attempt...
Community matters: fulfilling learning potentials for young men and women
UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, 2013
The scale of the youth illiteracy problem calls for critical and targeted responses. It is important to help young people in developing countries gain basic literacy skills so that they can contribute to the development of productive,...
Exploring alternative approaches for managing electoral injustice in Africa
K. Ajayi / Institute for Security Studies, 2010
African dictators have resisted the transition before succumbing to both internal and external pressures; however, the electoral process has often turned to warfare in many of the states, as it has sometimes been difficult to remove i...
The role and place of the African Standby Force within the African Peace and Security Architecture
S.A. Dersso / Institute for Security Studies, 2010
This paper highlights the importance of the African Standby Force (ASF) within the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) and examines the challenges facing it as one of the most important mechanisms for the African Union&rsqu...
Community in Cyberspace: Gender, Social Movement Learning, and the Internet
C.J. Irving; L.M. English / Adult Education Quarterly, 2011
How well are organisations able to make use of information and communication technology (ICT) to further their goals of promoting social movement learning and activism? Feminist non-profit organisations are sites of informal and non-f...
Through the 'information society' prism: Scoping gender equality for the post-2015 agenda
A. Gurumurthy; C. Nandini; E. Saloranta / IT for Change, 2012
What does the information society offer for women’s empowerment and gender equality? This paper argues that information and communication technologies (ICTs) offer the potential for marginalised women to access public spaces. Op...
Labouring Women, Enterprising States – A Research Study on Women, Information Technology and Narratives of Entrepreneurship
A. Gurumurthy; L. McLaughlin; M. Jha / IT for Change, 2014
This document explores the structural-institutional facets of the relationship between women entrepreneurs, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and the mainstream discourse on entrepreneurship. The research focuses on wo...
Malaysia: Violence against Women and ICT
J. sm Kee; S. Randhawa / Association for Progressive Communications, 2009
Can information and communication technologies (ICT) change the ways women experience and confront violence? This paper argues that ICT issues are still seen largely in terms of technology and access to technology, rather than as issu...
Towards Evidence-based ICT Policy and Regulation: Gender Assessment of ICT Access and Usage in Africa
A. Gillwald; A. Milek; C. Stork 2010
How can access to ICTs be improved for women in Africa?  This study explores the gender inequities of access and usage in 17 countries of East, Central, South and West Africa. It argues that the diffusion of ICTs is highly uneven...
Global InformatIon SocIety Watch 2013: Women’s rights, gender and ICTs
A. Finlay (ed) / Association for Progressive Communications, 2013
Alan Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are critical to achieve women’s rights. Access to the internet is a precondition to women’s full participation in all spheres of life. At the same time, we must not fo...
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IEE Proceedings Communications
IEE Proceedings Communications is a journal, published by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, which covers all aspects of the theory and practice of systems, networks and applications involving line, mobile radio, satellite and optical technologies for telecommunications, and internet and multimedia communication.
African Online Scientific Information Systems (AOSIS)
Information systems focusing on Africa
BetterEvaluation
BetterEvaluation is an international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing information about options (methods or tools) and approaches. It offers online tools and materials  organised into tasks: Approaches, Themes and  Resources.
Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM)
A non-profit, independent research, policy and outreach organisation working towards achieving sustainable development in the Amazon region
Forestry Nepal
Gateway to forestry information on Nepal.
Center for Participatory Research and Development (CPRD)
Center for Participatory Research and Development is an independent, non-profit policy, research and implementation institute.
Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense (AIDA)
AIDA is a non-profit environmental law organisation that works across international borders to defend threatened ecosystems and the human communities that depend on them.
Latin American Platform on Climate (LAPC)
Latin American Platform on Climate (LAPC) is formed of 17 civil society organisations committed to finding answers to climate change challenges in the region.
Centre for Social Markets, India (CSM)
The Centre for Social Markets (CSM) promotes a progressive social and environmental agenda by harnessing the power and potential of markets, entrepreneurs and other economic actors to do good. CSM's mission is to change the culture of markets and other social institutions to advance social justice, human rights and sustainable development. Such a culture change will not be possible with...
Practice In Participation
Participatory portal for community-based practices
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