Research Program: Selected proposals in first round

The research proposals below were selected in the first round of the small grants competition in October 2004.


Author Proposal Title
Achora Demystifying ICT: Perspective of the African Women in Community Based Organisations
Inga Aleksandraviciene Online Women’s Activism in Eastern and Central Europe: Information Communication Technologies and New Forms of Sociability
Kristen M. DeRemer Engendering Information Communication Technology in Rwanda
Elena Gapova Information Technology, Gender, And Mobility: post-Soviet hightechs and regendering of software
Kamilla Huseynova Study Of E-Commerce In Azerbaijan And Its Opportunities For Azerbaijan Women Entrepreneurs
Kaidu The Challenges Of Gender Mainstreaming Into National ICT Policy And Planning Processes: A Case Study Of Uganda
Mumbi Machera
Nungari Salim
Gender-Justice In Information Communication Technologies (ICT) Policies At Kenya's Higher Education Institutions: A Case Study Of University Of Nairobi
Nancy W. Muturi Gender, ICTs and Health in the Caribbean
Kris Rampersad Grasping At Straws: Ad hoc gender initiatives in ICT education in Trinidad and Tobago
Ana L. Rodríguez-Gustá Producing Gender-Sensitive Public Policies By Means Of ICT? The Case Of The National Women’s Service In Chile
Setsoafia Assessing Ghanaian Women’s Information Needs And Access To Information And Communication Technologies In Agriculture
Leslie Regan Shade
Barbara Crow
Getting Gender Into The ICT Agenda: Canadian Experiences
Janaki Srinivasan The effects of e-governance implementation on women: A study of the Sustainable Access in Rural India (SARI) project, India
SZABO, Gabriella Gender in the National ICT Policies
Sayed Md Saikh Imtiaz Engendering the ICT Policy in Bangladesh: Recommendations, Obstacles and Opportunities
A. Jayaraman
S. Chandrasekhar
The Akshaya Project: An Evaluation of E-literacy Programme in Kerala
Elisabeth K. Kelan Gender, employment and ICTs in the information society: An analysis of gender subject constitution processes in ICT work

2003 WSIS Gender Caucus