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Suki Ali, Kelly Coate and Wangui Wa Goro (2000). Global Feminist Politics: Identities in a Changing World. London and New York: Routedge.

Sarah Anderson (Ed.). Views from the South: The Effects of Globalization and the WTO on Third World Countries. Chicago: Food First Books and the International Forum on Globalization.

Jeremy Brecher, Tim Costello, and Brendan Smith (2000). Globalization from Below: The Power of Solidarity. Cambridge, Massachusetts: South End Press and Commonwork: A resource strategy project for globalizaiton from below.

Sally Burch and Irene Leon (2000), "Directions for Women's Advocacy on ICT: Putting New Technologies on the Gender Agenda," in Networking for Change: The APCWNSP's First 8 Years, p. 39.

Saskia Everts (1998). Gender and Technology: Empowering Women, Engendering Development. Amsterdam: Tool Consult and London, New York: Zed Books.

V. Spike Peterson and Anne Sisson Runyan (1993). Global Gender Issues. Boulder: Westview, p. 5.

Christa Wichterich (2000). The Globalized Woman: Reports from the future of inequality. Australia: Spinifex Press and London, New York: Zed Books.


Situation Analysis and Emerging Trends

African Gender Institute. "Interconnectivity and communications in Africa: Women creating the spaces" AGI Newsletter, Vol. 2, March 1998.

Balka, Ellen and Richard Smith. Women, Work and Computerization: Charting a Course to the Future. International Federation for Computer Processing, Vol. 172 Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000. ISBN 0-7923-7864-4, 320 pp.

Harcourt, Wendy, ed. Women @Internet: Creating New Cultures in Cyberspace.London: Zed Books, 1999. ISBN 1 85649 571 X

Huyer, Sofie and IDRC. "Supporting Women's Use of Information Technologies for Sustainable Development." Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, 1997.

Gender Working Group of the United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development. Missing Links: Gender Equity in Science and Technology for Development. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre and New York: UNIFEM, 1995, ISBN 0-88936-765-5, pp. 392

Joshi, Ila. Asian Women in the Information Age: New Communication Technology, Democracy and Women. Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), School of Communication Studies Building Nanyang Technological University. Undated. 203 p. ISBN 99710905-72-3

Karl, Marilee, ed. The Global Knowledge Women's Forum: Transcending the Gender Information Divide. Malaysia: NCWO, UNDP; Manila: APGEN, 2000, 55 pp.

Kole, Ellen S. "The Benefits of Electronic Networking for Women: The Case of the Fourth UN World Conference on Women." Unpublished thesis, 1996.

Kole, Ellen S. "Connecting Women from Developing Countries to the Internet: Searching for an Appropriate Paradigm." Paper presented at the 41st Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), 14-18 March, 2000, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Kole, Ellen S. "Cyberdemocracy: A condition, not an outcome. Turning the Internet into a tool for civil society development, democracy and women's empowerment." Paper presented at the Highway Africa 99 Conference: the Internet, Media, Democracy and Development, 5-8 September 1999, Grahamstown, South Africa.

Marcelle, Gillian M. "Strategies for Including a Gender Perspective in African Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) Policy." DevMedia, 1998.

Plant, Sadie. Zeroes and Ones: Digital Women and the New Technoculture. New York: Doubleday Publishers, 1997. 305 p. ISBN 0-385-48260-4

Rathgeber, Eva M. and Edith Ofwona Adera. Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa.Canada: IDRC, 2000. ISBN 0-88936-903-8, 266 pp.

Shiva, Vandana. Monocultures of the Mind. London, UK: Zed Books and Penang, Malaysia: Third World Network, 1993. ISBN: 1-85649-217-6Hb, 184 pp.

Simpson, Lyn June Lennie, Leonie Daws and Jo Previte. "Taking social infrastructure into account: lessons from a collaborative Australian project involving rural women and communication technologies."

UNU/INTECH and UNIFEM. "Gender and telecommunications: an agenda for policy." Presented at the World Telecommunication Development Conference, Valletta, Malta, 23 March-1 April, 1998.

Wood, Peregrine. "Gender and Information Communication Technology: Towards an Analytical Framework." Association for Progressive Communications - Women's Networking Support Program, n.d.

World Bank. Gender and the Digital Divide Seminar Series.


WNSP Gender and ICT Analysis Framework

Butler, Jennifer and Melissa Gillis. When We Are All Strong Together: Understanding Gender Discrimination, Building Gender Justice. Louisville, Kentucky: Presbyterian Peacemaking Program, 1997, 156 p

Chant, Sylvia and Matthew Gutmann. Mainstreaming Men into Gender and Development: Debates, Reflections, and Experiences. Great Britain: Oxfam. 2000. 60 p. ISBN: 0-85598 451 1

Claasz, Christine and Shireen Lateef. Gender and Development: Weaving a Balanced Tapestry. Manila: Asian Development Bank (ADB), 2000(?), 36 p. ISBN 971-561-213-X.

FAO and ILO. Socioeconomic and Gender Analysis Programme (SEAGA). Geneva: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Turin: International Training Centre of the ILO, 1996.

Francisco, Josefa S. and Shalimar C. Vitan, eds. Gender equity and economic reforms: Engendering policy, critique and advocacy of the Philippines NGOs. Philippines: Oxfam Great Britain. 1999. 180 p. ISBN: 971-91752-1-4

Gender Assessment: A Guide for Policy Staff. The Netherlands: Special Programme Women and Development, Directorate General for International Co-operation, 1994. 56 pp.

Gosling, Louisa with Mike Edwards. Toolkits: A practical guide to assessment, monitoring, review and evaluation. London: Save the Children, 1995 254 pp.

Griffen, Vanessa, Maria Chin Abdullah and Saira Shameen, eds. Asia-Pacific Gender Training Assessment: Papers from a Regional Gender Training Assessment Meeting 7-9 July, 1996, Port Dickson, Malaysia. Malaysia: Gender and Development (GAD) Programme, 1999. 137 p.

IDPAA. Joining Hands to Develop Woman Power. Dhaka: The Institute for Development Policy Analysis and Advocacy (IDPAA), 1998. 110 p.

ILO. Gender Analysis and Planning. Geneva: International Labour Organization, July 1999.

Innes, Melissa, ed. Accelerating Change: Resources for Gender Mainstreaming. Ottawa: Strategic Planning and Policy Division, Asia Branch, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), 2000. 54 p.

Kabeer, Naila. Reversed Realities: Gender Hierarchies in Development Thought. Publisher Verso, 1994. 330pp.

March, Candida, Ines Smyth and Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay. A Guide to Gender-Analysis Frameworks (Oxfam Skills and Practice). UK: Oxfam, 1999. ISBN 0855984031, 96 pp.

Miller, Carol and Shahra Razavi "Gender Analysis: Alternative Paradigms" Gender in Development Monograph Series #6 Geneva: United Nations Development Programme, 1998.

Moser, Caroline O. N. Gender Planning and Development: Theory, Practice and Training. London: Routledge, 1993. ISBN 0-415-05620-9

National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women Gender Mainstreaming: A Handbook for Developmental Workers. Philippines: National Commission On The Role of Filipino Women, 1997, 74 p.

Ostergaard, Lise, ed. Gender and Development: A practical guide. London: Routledge, 1992, 220 p.

Overholt, Catherine, Mary B. Anderson, Kathleen Cloud and James E. Austin, eds. Gender Roles in Development Projects: A Case Book. USA: Kumarian Press, 1985.

Oxfam Great Britain. Gender, society and development: Women's information and networks.Netherlands: Royal Tropical Institute KIT Press and United Kingdom: Oxfam Publishing, 1999. 176 p. ISBN: 90-6832-711-9 & 0-85598-425-2

Sweetman, Caroline, ed. Gender, Education and Training. Oxford, U.K.: Oxfam, 1998. 80 p. ISBN 0-85598 400 7

Torres, Amaryllis T., Rosario S. del Rosario, et. al. Gender and Development: Making the Bureaucracy Gender-Responsive. Philippines: UNIFEM & NCRFW, 1994. 162 p. ISBN 971-8701-00-1

UNDP. Gender Mainstreaming: Learning and Information Packs. New York: United Nations Development Programme, 2000.

UNDP (May 2000). Thinking About Men and Gender Equality. New York: United Nations Development Programme.


USAID (September 1994). GENESYS: Gender Analysis Tool Kit. Washington DC: United States Agency for International Development.

Wallace Tina, ed. with Candida March. Changing Perceptions: Writing on Gender and Development. Oxford: Oxfam, 1991. 324 p.

Women's Media Watch Jamaica (1998). Whose Perspective?: A Guide to Gender-Sensitive Analysis of the Media. [Training Manual]. Kingston: Women's Media Watch Jamaica, 81 pp.

World Bank. Engendering Development - Through Gender Equality in Rights, Resources, and Voice. Washington DC: The World Bank, 2001.


WNSP Gender Evaluation Approach

Delgadillo Poepsel, Karen. "Un Ensayo de Socialización de la Experiencia de Telelac Red de Telecentros de Latinoamérica y el Caribe: Compartiendo Lecciones Aprendidas por los Telecentros y Fortalecimiento de sus Acciones al Servicio de la Sociedad Civil." Presented at the IDRC PanLAC Conference , Picton Ontario, September 2000,

Gomez, Ricardo and Patrik Hunt. Telecentre Evaluation: A Global Perspective. PAN Global Networks, IDRC, proceedings of Conference, Far Hills Inn, Quebec, September, 1999.

Holmes, Rebecca, Melody Emmett, Anriette Esterhuysen, and Sonja Boezak. "Gender Analysis of Telecentre Evaluation Methodology." APC-WNSP, September, 1999,

Kushner, Saville. Personalising Evaluation. Sage Publications. January 2000. ISBN 0761963618, 224 pp.

Shrader, Elizabeth. "A Framework for Evaluating Gender and ICTs." Discussion paper for APC-WSPN workshop on Building an ICT Gender Audit Tool, Manila, Philippines, 17-20 January, 2001.

Wood, Peregrine. "Building Gender Considerations into ICT Evaluation Work." Paper presented at the 1997 Global Knowledge Conference in Toronto, Canada.

See also Katherine Reilly's "Annotated Bibliography of ICT Evaluation Resources" prepared for the IDRC Evaltica Meeting, Dec 13-15, 2000, San José, Costa Rica.

See also the Learning and Evaluation Action Programme (LEAP) bibliography at: