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WNSP GENDER, ICT AND SOCIAL CHANGE ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK FOR ICT INITIATIVES

Problematique

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. http://www.uct.ac.za/org/agi/papers/conectp.htm

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. http://www.idrc.ca/acacia/outputs/womenicts.html

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. http://www.xs4all.nl/~ekole/public/

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. http://www.xs4all.nl/~ekole/public/

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. http://www.xs4all.nl/~ekole/public/

Marcelle, Gillian M. "Strategies for Including a Gender Perspective in African Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) Policy." DevMedia, 1998. http://www.devmedia.org/documents/Marcelle%2Ehtm

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. http://www.idrc.ca/acb/showdetl.cfm?&DID=6&Product_ID=471&CATID=15

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." http://www.devmedia.org/documents/Women%20and%20Tech%20Australia%2Ehtm

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. http://www.itu.int/ITU-D-UniversalAccess/wtdc98/gender.htm

Wood, Peregrine. "Gender and Information Communication Technology: Towards an Analytical Framework." Association for Progressive Communications - Women's Networking Support Program, n.d. http://www.gn.apc.org/apcwomen/resources/research/analytical-framework.html

World Bank. Gender and the Digital Divide Seminar Series. http://www.worldbank.org/gender/

 

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. http://www.ilo.org/public/english/bureau/gender/info/planning.htm

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. http://www.undp.org/gender/resources/mono6.html

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. http://www.undp.org/gender/capacity

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

Http://www.undp.org/gender/programmes/men/men_ge.html

USAID (September 1994). GENESYS: Gender Analysis Tool Kit. Washington DC: United States Agency for International Development. http://www.usaid.gov/gender

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. http://www.worldbank.org/gender/prr

 

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, http://www.idrc.ca/pan/panlackardoc1.PDF

Gomez, Ricardo and Patrik Hunt. Telecentre Evaluation: A Global Perspective. PAN Global Networks, IDRC, proceedings of Conference, Far Hills Inn, Quebec, September, 1999. http://www.idrc.ca/telecentre/evaluation/nn/00_Cov.html

Holmes, Rebecca, Melody Emmett, Anriette Esterhuysen, and Sonja Boezak. "Gender Analysis of Telecentre Evaluation Methodology." APC-WNSP, September, 1999, http://www.gn.apc.org/apcwomen/resources/research/telecentre-gender.html

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. http://www.gn.apc.org/apcwomen/resources/research/build-gender.html

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: http://www.bellanet.org/leap/index.cfm?fuseaction=main&cat_id=34