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ICT & women

Tinuke Odukoya

ICT & women

engendering the information society in Nigeria

by Tinuke Odukoya

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Published by Development Information Network (DEVNET) in Lagos,Nigeria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information superhighway -- Nigeria,
  • Information technology -- Nigeria,
  • Information society -- Nigeria,
  • Women -- Nigeria -- Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-52).

    Other titlesICT and women : engendering the information society in Nigeria, Engendering the information society in Nigeria
    Statementwritten by Atinuke Odukoya ; edited by Bankole Olubamise.
    ContributionsOlubamise, Bankole.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZA3250.N6 O38 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p. ;
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24012129M
    ISBN 109780660224
    ISBN 109789780660222
    LC Control Number2007327712
    OCLC/WorldCa173691625

    Main topics Building an Enterprise Architecture Practice Authors: Martin van den Berg, Marlies van Steenbergen Business Intelligence - De eenduidige informatieomgeving en de gevolgen voor de organisatie Authors: Ton de Rooij, Peter van Til. specifically Nigeria, women are often marginalized or excluded from ICT policy drafting and imbalance associated with ICT. This paper identifies and evaluates gender issues and information communication technology, with focus on the challenges and prospects for women empowerment in Nigeria. The studyCited by: 1.

    7 books written by powerful women in tech. Mara Leighton, Insider Picks TZ The letter F. An envelope. Some of the books below are written by tech’s female titans. ICT improves efficiency, enhances coordination and improves the quality of information gathered and shared for development planning. For countries to leverage ICT to promote the empowerment of women, governments need to be well-informed about how the ICT ecosystem works in practice, the barriers to access and how challenges can be overcome.

    American Association of University Women (AAUW) The AAUW has a range of research publications on the topic of girls, computers and science. Arab. 2. ICT, Women’s Status, and Governance in Zimbabwe. 3. ICT, Women’s Status, and Governance in Tanzania, and – 4. ICT, Women’s Status, and Governance in Malawi, and – 5. ICT, Diffusion of Knowledge to Women, Gender Inclusive Governance, and Impacts on Women’s Lives in Three African Nations. Conclusion.


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African Women and ICTs explores the ways in which women in Africa utilize ICTs to facilitate their empowerment; whether through the mobile village phone business, through internet use, or through new career and ICT employment opportunities/5(2).

This important volume examines European perspectives on the historical relations that women have maintained with information and communication technologies (ICTs), since the telegraph. Features: describes how gendered networks have formed around ICT. Women and ICT: Filling the skills gap The information and communication technology (ICT) sector represents 12 million jobs in Europe and 6% of EU GDP.

1 In spite of current economic fluctuations, the turnover of computers, software and IT services in. technology (ICT) industry offers diverse career opportunities. However, women comprise less than 20 per cent of the Australian ICT workforce1.

The lack of female representation at senior levels is even greater, with women occupying a small percentage of ICT leadership roles. InDeloitte held in-depth interviews with nine. Figure 5. GPG in the ICT and in the non-ICT service sectors. 40 Figure 6.

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Conclusions. Women and girls comprise half of the world’s population. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a major challenge to our educational system.

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It can be associated to an educative campaign, a themed event, a book launch etc. Women only take up 19% of managerial position in ICT whereas the average for other sectors is 45%. Women empowerment in the ICT sector is one of the topics discussed during activities to mark International Women's Day at the European Parliament.

In MEPs already adopted a resolution on gender equality and empowering women in the digital age. The Data News editorial team has elected 3 leading ICT Women.

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Its awards-winning magazines and content, engaging and responsive websites, exciting events and highly acclaimed research touch millions of small businesses, entrepreneurs, IT professionals, investors and professional women, as well as advisors and suppliers.ICT policy is currently being made and implemented all over Africa, but the authors argue that this is happening mostly in the absence of clear knowledge about the ways gender inequality and ICTs are impacting each other and that by becoming alert to a gender dimension in ICT developments at an early stage of the information revolution, we may /5(2).