Gender research in Africa into ICTs for empowerment (GRACE)

@inproceedings{Buskens2008GenderRI,
  title={Gender research in Africa into ICTs for empowerment (GRACE)},
  author={Ineke Buskens and Gertrudes Macueve and Ibou Sane and Anne Webb},
  booktitle={HCC},
  year={2008}
}
This panel arises from a three-year research project (2005-2008) entitled Gender Research in Africa into ICTs for Empowerment. The project, which is ongoing into a second phase, was undertaken to find out how and why women use ICTs and how the use (or non-use) affects their lives. This study engages with issues sometimes referred to as the gendered digital divide [6, 7, 5], the recognition that men are participating and benefiting to a greater degree than women in the Information Society [9… CONTINUE READING

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