The wide swath of political actions, including those that renegotiate gender through the appropriation of digital space, tend to be "fragments" of micro-power that do not necessarily add up to making a political agora.
Journal articlesINTERNET USE GENDER ROLES WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION FEMINISM Governance SOCIAL STRUCTURE GenderPublished dateTuesday, January 1, 2013 - 00:00
This important guideline for journalists and others who gather evidence during war, armed conflict and conflict situations, provides: legal standards for documenting abuses during armed conflict; examples of war time journalism; invaluable referenPublished date2007
Digital technologies have the power to transform and to offer developing country women opportunities to advance gender justice and equality.
Strengthening Women Survivors of Violence in Post-Conflict Transitions in Indonesia, Timor-Leste, and Myanmar
Data on sexual violence against women and men, both during and after conflicts, shows alarming levels of abuse across the globe.
Crossing over the barriers : a historical journey of women's political leadership in the Anglophone Caribbean
The paper looks at political leadership by women and the implications for women in the Anglophone Caribbean by assessing Caribbean women’s progress against the progress of women in selected outliers-Switzerland, Finland and Rwanda.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00