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Venezuela: The Internet Goes Dark in Táchira

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Studying and Enjoying World Pulse Activities

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Offer: WWW Campaigns

BIG IDEAS AND RESOURCES 1. Microsoft Digital Literacy curriculum. Learn basic programming concepts and skills. … Read More»

Campaign Update: Your Voices Are Reaching Far and Wide!

With over 180 submissions from 40 countries, the first phase of our WWW: Women Weave the Web Campaign got an overwhelmingly positive response from our community. But the success doesn’t stop there! We’ve been working hard to make sure that your voices reverberate around the world, in a chorus singing out for women’s digital inclusion. Read on to find out more about our Phase 1 achievements! Read More »

DRC: Congo's Hero Women: Creating a Different Future by Neema Namadamu, Huffington Post, April 18, 2014

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The lack of Bunong women with technologies !

Bunong women is a indigenous people ethic group from a remote area in northern of Cambodia. … Read More»

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A partir de la nouvelle technologie la vie des nombres personnes a change ycompris le femme de notre communaute par ceque l’tilisation de l’internet à facilite le tache pour le travailleurs et les a … Read More»

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Offer: WebWeWant 2014 Small Grants (US $1,000 - $4,000) - Deadline extended to 9 May, 2014!

The Web We Want is extending the Web 25 Year of Action grants deadline to 9 May, 2014. Public feedback will take place up to 20 April. … Read More»



Divers obstacles ont qui freinent l'accès des femmes à congolaises à l'Internet ont été relevé. … Read More»

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