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Top Takeaways from UNESCO and UN Women’s Mobile Learning Week

UNESCO and UN Women’s recent Mobile Learning Week conference in Paris was an ICT-focused event that brought together over 1,000 participants from more than 70 countries. As a participant representing Inveneo, Media Manager Jana Melpolder traveled to Paris to determine best practices on using technology to educate and empower girls and women around the world.

What’s So Rosy about Garden City?

Carol BalesThe walls. They’re the first thing you notice when you arrive at Garden City University College, a small school in Kumasi, Ghana. They’re painted a pale mauve.

Research results are out! From impunity to justice: Exploring corporate and legal remedies for technology-related violence against women

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9 March 2015
(Flavia Fascendini for GenderIT.org)

A new series of reports by the Association for Progressive Communications presents findin

Debate on sace code of conduct: an Indian perspective

As the debate for a Space Code of Conduct gains momentum, there is a need to frame a code that is acceptable to all space-faring nations. This Paper assesses the concerns of Asian countries, especially India, on the code proposed by the European Union.

A new frontier: boosting India's military presence in outer space

India has had an active space programme for several decadesTechnology for socio-economic development has been emphasised from the time of its inception.

Global internet governance: India's search for a new paradigm

There is an on-going 'global war' for internet governance (and it has heated up considerably during the current year). As the battles rage, the entire debate has become even more confusing as it has got mired in complicated jargon being tossed about by various stakeholders.

The iHub at 5

Celebrating the Community - iHub's 5 Year Tech BashCelebrating the Community – iHub’s 5 Year Tech

Health Workforce Shortage Weakens AIDS Response

While the U.S. government has helped train more than 140,000 healthcare workers through the U.S.

“It’s scary when we can do this out of love and there’s nothing you can threaten us with”

What’s a “holy shit visualization”?
It’s a way of looking at data that makes turns a statistic you might have flipped past in a book or skimmed by on a web page into something that you can’t forget. It’s a visceral reminder of the power of images and the power of looking at dry numbers in human terms.

NGOs call on governments to support the establishment of a UN Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy

6 March 2015
(APC for APCNews)

We encourage governments to support the creation of a Special Rapporteur with a mandate to provide guidance on

Reimagining multistakeholderism: challenges for internet governance

As the internet has assumed increasing importance across the world, who governs the online sphere is becoming a burning question. The current governance architecture is anachronistic, as American-incorporated organisations like the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) continue to administer what was once an American, but is now unquestionably a global, phenomenon.

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