India's gender digital divide: women and politics on Twitter

The report highlights how women who take up space online, particularly when it involves politically charged issues, are often treated as
trespassers in a male space. In response to gender-based abuse and harassment, some prominent female bloggers and activists have chosen to delete their accounts.

The technological revolution and its impact on gender relations with a special focus on India and Africa

There is mixed evidence on the empowering or disempowering potential of ICTs for women. New technologies clearly seem to have the potential of removing women-specific barriers to participation and organisation and leveling centuries-old gender inequality.

The Global Classroom: Bringing Delhi to Vermont

Like teachers everywhere, Ron Eisenman wants to expand his students’ horizons. “Our school is really trying to focus on creating global understanding,” says Eisenman, who teaches 10th grade social studies in Rutland, Vermont.

Small satellite constellations: The promise of 'Internet for All'

Over four billion people do not have access to Internet; that makes a huge two-thirds of the global population. In India, around four of every five people lack this basic resource. Various access technologies are being developed in different parts of the world to bridge the digital divide.

Access, equity and inclusion: ethical norms and S&T policy outcomes

India embarked upon utilising Science and Technology (S&T) for national development in a big way with the formulation of the First Five Year Plan. Since then S&T has been at the core of India’s development discourse and there is a consensus on the key role of S&T in nation’s socio-economic development.

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