Gender

Shaping our collective futures: the Africa we want

In 50 years, what kind of Africa can we envision, and then proceed to achieve? What are the non-negotiables? What agenda will see a true transformation of the world in which we live? What factors will enable us to not simply survive, but to thrive?

Women in the digital economy: breaking through the equality threshold

Changes in demographics and education, and female emancipation itself, are laying bare the need to promote greater efficiency and equity in markets so as to make use of women’s capabilities. And they are casting more light on the structural injustice underpinning the current economic and social structure.

Issues and Challenges of Climate Change for Women Farmers in the Caribbean: The potential of ICTs

This paper focuses on the potential role of organic farming for regional food security and for addressing climate change impacts in the Caribbean. The correlation between access to quality information and livelihood security is also explored and the particular implications for women farmers.

Safetipin – an overview: Active Learning Solutions

Safetipin is a complete map-based mobile phone application which works to make our communities and cities safer by providing safety-related information collected by users and by trained auditors. Ithas been developed to encourage more people to be involved in safety of women and communities. It is a free app and will always remain so for users.

Progress Report: Safetipin Active Learning Solution

Safetipin is a complete map-based mobile phone application which works to make our communities and cities safer by providing safety-related information collected by users and by trained auditors. It has been developed to encourage more people to be involved in safety of women and communities. It is a free app and will always remain so for users.

Advancing Human Rights Through Justice in Libya

"He just started shooting at the table and the laptop. It's a miracle I did not get shot." In 2013 a militiaman fired at Rania Khalid, co-founder of the International Organization for Libyan Women, for listening to music in her garden.

Syrian Women Urge Policy Makers to Stop Supporting Violence

A diverse group of Syrian women came to the US this fall to urge policy makers to stop supporting violence and instead support ongoing negotiations for a peaceful democratic transition, provide more resources for humanitarian aid, work to ensure
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