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The history of all times, and of today especially, teaches that ... women will be forgotten if they forget to think about themselves.
Louise Otto
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Our intention is to centralize all reesources we came accros while searching for answers. See the collection of those we found most useful.
 

HOWTO Encourage Women in Linux
Christina Haralanova | 11 January 2007
This article explains some of the difficulties and biases women face in the Linux community and examines various strategies for addressing those difficulties in order to encourage more participation by women. Author: Val Henson. 

Working with the Media on Gender and Education: A Guide for Training and Planning
Christina Haralanova | 2 January 2007
This guide is designed to help education and gender campaigners, and organisations and coalitions, work more effectively with the media to promote gender-equitable education. 

GIMP online tutorial
Christina Haralanova | 20 July 2006
Linuxchix have published online a GIMP online course, aimed at people with interest in image processing, but not much experience with actual image editing. 

Building e-communities: facilitating the facilitators
Christina Haralanova | 20 July 2006
An online course about building e-communities has just passed. Here you can find the impressions and feedback of one of the participants, as well as links to different e-tools for facilitating the dialogue online. 

Girls and science: a training module on motivating girls to embark on science and technology careers
| 3 July 2006
Social and economic development of a country is closely linked to the educational level of its female population. As women in the developing world are generally under-represented in science and technology, this module aims to address the inherent gender disparities in this field, with a specific focus on Africa. 

ICT books and online materials for self-education for women
Christina Haralanova | 12 January 2005
This article contains a list of downloadable versions and book titles, which I have considered important for the self-education in the area of ICTs. Feel free to add new resources to the provided ones! 


WITT FP Serbia training - Audio for Web

green bullet Mila&SeMra Record
green bullet Impressions from WITT Serbia Training
green bullet My First Audio

WITT bulletin

green bullet The 11th AWID International Forum on Women’s Rights and Development
green bullet November 19, Brussels: ADA Congress 2007, Empowering Youth and Women Towards ICT
green bullet February 8, 2008: Women in Open Source Conference
green bullet The Women’s Summit 2007: Putting Women at the Heart of Development
green bullet Freelance writers wanted for APCNews!

green bullet My Impressions from the AWID Forum 2005
green bullet ICT books and online materials for self-education for women
green bullet Invitation: Women and ICTs at the European Feminist Forum
green bullet Women and Free Software: are we strategic enough?
green bullet ICT Local Training In Macedonia, Report
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