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2011 VOF Week 1

RuthHartmann's picture

Divide and conquer problems, not people!

“Divide and conquer!” For millennia, this strategy has been used by people in power, most often men (always the ignorant), to control groups of people and to keep them subservient. … Read More»

Aliya Bashir's picture

Mentoring my Soul

I see Web 2.0 is helping me to grow beautifully with lot of challenges to handle. … Read More»

noreens's picture

Demonstrations of Change

The Arab Spring, which began in December 2010, confirmed the power of Web 2.0. I remember watching the news about Tunisia, the country where the revolutions began. … Read More»

Raga Makawi's picture

The tie that binds; Women to Women.

“Women to Women breakups are so dignified!” I recently explained to a close college over a cup of coffee and late evening work ponderings, “I’ve officially ended a long era of emotional investment”. … Read More»

Aliya Bashir's picture

What a Sustainable Development!

The solutions that web 2.0 brings to global women’s empowerment are diverse. … Read More»

Ruthana's picture

Web 2.0 and Me

I have never heard of Web 2.0 before. Not until signing up for the 2011 VOF Application Classroom. … Read More»

Rahel Weldeab's picture

Web 2.0: Empowering those who don’t have access to it

I have been an active user of Web 2.0 for quite a while now, and I have to say I’m not entirely convinced by it. … Read More»

Chi's picture

Web 2.0: The decimation of the Medium is the Message

The words 'Web 2.0' are - in my opinion - probably overused. In many cases from what I can find, the definitions are generally vague. This doesn't mean that I disagree with the SPIRIT of Web 2.0. … Read More»

Julie White's picture

Web 2.0 Working for ONE MOTHER

The ability to create meaningful connections between women is what excites me most about Web 2.0. The tools of new media empower women to create the content they care about most. … Read More»

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