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ICT Resources
The following resources were developed either by or in cooperation with UNESCO.

They can help you address the gender dimensions of ICT-related work.


Integrating modern and traditional information and communication technologies for community development (UNESCO Sri Lanka) - ()
2001 - 20 pages
Conference report

Women Make the News: A Crack in the "Glass Ceiling" - (UNESCO)
Glass ceiling copy.jpg(UNESCO, 2000) Read more about how UNESCO's "8 MARCH - WOMEN MAKE THE NEWS" appeal affected the different media in the world.

Guidelines on gender-neutral language (UNESCO-WGE) - ()
CI2.bmp(UNESCO, 1999)

Women in the Digital Age– Using communication Technology for Empowerment - (UNESCO - SID)
(UNESCO-SID, 1998) Outlining experiences of women using the world wide web, this handbook illustrates how women are empowering themselves to use communication technologies for development. Handbook includes tips on how to surf the net and suggests organizations, publications, and web pages for women who want to use the internet to network, change policy agendas or to have an impact in their community.

L'Emploi des femmes dans les médias: une histoire inachevée (UNESCO-CII) - ()
120 pages. Disponible uniquement en français.

Impact of communication technologies on women (UNESCO-CII) - ()
CI3.bmpUNESCO CI - 1994
54 pages
Available in English, French, Spanish and Russian

The Influence of audio-visual media on the socio-cultural behavior of women; two examples: Japan and Canada (UNESCO) - ()
Cultural development: documentary dossier
UNESCO 1980 - 78 pages

Mass media: the image, role and social conditions of women; a collection and analysis of research materials (UNESCO) - ()
78 pages
Available in English

Local information networks: social and technological considerations - ()
CI1.bmpby Seema Nair, Megan Jennaway, Andrew Skuse
UNESCO New Dehli, 2006
82 pages

Enhancing Women's Networking Through Cyber Mentoring: A Case Study from the Republic of Korea. - (UNESCO Bangkok)
ICT networking cover thumbnail.bmpby Namhee Kim and Jin-Ah Lee; Bangkok (UNESCO Bangkok, 2006). 30 p.

Handbook on “Gender, Conflict and Journalism” - (UNESCO- CII)
gender conflict media handbook thumbnail.jpg(UNESCO, 2005) A handbook on “Gender, Conflict and Journalism” for mid-career journalists in South Asia and elsewhere, where journalists’ choices are made when framing a conflict story, is now available in hard copy, CD-ROM and online.

Guidelines for gender-sensitive media reporting - (UNESCO)
(UNESCO, 2004) All journalists, both female and male, can play a role in changing attitudes to women and gender-based stereotypes. You can make a choice. You can make a difference. This article sets out to provide you with some guidelines on how to become a gender-sensitive reporter.

Gender Issues in the Information Society - - (UNESCO)
gender WSIS thumbnail.bmp(UNESCO, 2003) A UNESCO Publication for the World Summit on the Information Society - Geneva, December 2003

UNESCO Online Learning Center for Women and the use of ICTs - (UNESCO - APWINC - APCWNSP)
ICT website thumbnail.jpgA hub for cyber learning established in Seoul..





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