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MISTICA: ICTs to Help the Disenfranchised

From: Daniel Pimienta (pimienta@funredes.org)
Date: Sat Sep 29 2001 - 18:57:39 AST


From: "Michael Gurstein" <mgurst@vcn.bc.ca>
To: "community informatics" <communityinformatics@vcn.bc.ca>,
          <gcndotforce@vcn.bc.ca>
Subject: [GCNDotForce] Fw: Re:[GKD] RFI: ICTs to Help the Disenfranchised
Help Themselves
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 09:18:43 -0400

The website noted below has a very wide range of useful links concerning the
global policy development concerning the Digital Divide and related issues
(DotForce, WSIS, ICT Task Force, etc.).

MG

----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas F. Ruddy" <ruddyconsult@imailbox.com>
To: <gkd@phoenix.edc.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 2:55 AM
Subject: Re:[GKD] RFI: ICTs to Help the Disenfranchised Help Themselves

> Barbara, and other readers,
>
> I know of two sources of the type of material you are seeking:
>
> 1. our workshop in Zurich, where the Global Digital Divide and Japan's
> Okinawa Declaration will be discussed. The face-to-face discussions from
> there will be Web-cast on the morning of Oct.12th CET,
> <http://www.hsw.fhso.ch/ruddy/Workshop_2.htm>
>
> 2. <http://www.global-society-dialogue.org>, which will show Japanese
> projects we discussed in Vienna last week; presentations will be offered
> up in PDF soon.
>
> Regards,
> Thomas Ruddy
>
>
> Barbara Fillip <bfillip@juno.com> wrote:
> > I am trying to document uses of ICTs by disenfranchised groups, with a
> > focus on applications that are meant to "help them help themselves". I'm
> > looking for projects that specifically focus on women, children/youth,
> > the disabled, ex-combatants, child soldiers, refugees and internally
> > displaced persons (IDPs), ethnic/language minorities, very isolated
> > populations (not just rural populations), urban poor....



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