Monthly Archives: September 2014

Women and ICTs: Analyzing the Global Digital Divide

  Women in the developing world have been the subject of much debate and investigation with regards to ICT access and adoption. Few disagree that women stand to gain a great deal from ICTs: “Internet access enhances women’s economic empowerment, … Continue reading

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History and Theory of Information and Communications Technologies for Development: Thinking Beyond Magic Wands

“In Colombia, everything is a challenge,” explained the tired-looking mother of two as she waited at an Internet café an hour outside of Bogotá, Colombia. “To have a home, children, study, good food. It’s hard to get everything for them … Continue reading

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