Gender and ICTS: Annotated Bibliography

Gender and Information Communication Technologies Annotated Bibliography

Abstract

A brief bibliographic review of papers covering: a broad overview of Gender and ICT issues and statistics; women’s access to new technologies; ICTs and Violence Against Women; ICTs and Women’s Economic Empowerment; Gender and ICT policy: identifying pathways for change; and Empowering women through ICTs: case study examples

Citation

Anon. Gender and ICTS: Annotated Bibliography. BRIDGE, IDS, Brighton, UK 18 pp.

Gender and ICTS: Annotated Bibliography

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