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  • Author: voska89
  • Date: 25-11-2022, 13:16
25-11-2022, 13:16

Women And Digital Inclusion

Category: Tutorials

Women And Digital Inclusion
Last updated 5/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 393.15 MB | Duration: 0h 57m
New Vision

What you'll learn
To promote women's entrepreneurship
To discuss about the access to devices is only the first of many steps
To prove strategies for addressing the gender digital divide that have already been successfully delivered results for women
To describe the application of digital devices for equality and justice
No experience is required
The ability to access and use the internet effectively is central to women's digital inclusion. • When women gain meaningful access and participate in evolving knowledge societies, it is not only women that benefit, but the whole economy. • Promoting internet access for women is much more than an issue of gender equality; it is an essential part of the economic, social and political development of the countries.It is vital to find ways to empower women to participate in designing, building and leading our shared digital future. • This will require not only the decision of policy-makers, but also the understanding of societies, and the commitment of leaders- ICT for inclusive development and women empowerment - Women's Digital Inclusion: Global Efforts - Women's Digital Inclusion: Regional perspectives - ESCWA - ICT Policies Section Efforts• Develop a common vision of the information society and Digital Economy and build capacity in MCs to measure progress in that regard (including gender dimension). • Formulate and implement ICT development policies and strategies (integrating the gender dimension all over the cycle). • Adopt new approaches and technologies for e-services, focusing on e-government and e-participation (with focus on women participation). • Monitor implementation of the conclusions of the WSIS, and the global and Arab IGF Processes (including gender dimension). • Build confidence in technology infrastructure, in particular with regard to privacy and cyber security (including gender dimension and women needs).
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Women and Digital Inclusion
Section 2: Lectuers
Lecture 3 Unit 1
Lecture 4 Unit 2
Lecture 5 Unit 3
Lecture 6 Unit 4
Section 3: References
Lecture 7 References
Section 4: Project


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