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Web 2.0 : A reality in Women Empowerment

The first time I used Internet, I remember I was around 8 years old. The image comes to me as clear as water. … Read More»

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The power of Web 2.0

Web 2.0 has the power to create a local and global social change for women. … Read More»

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Listen. Be Heard. Amplify. Connect. ACT.

On the damp floor of a mud hut in rural West Africa, 40 km on a dirt road from the nearest phone, computer or radio tower, an 18 year old illiterate girl named Fatim is giving birth to her fifth child … Read More»

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Web 2.0 and Women’s Empowerment

I consider myself lucky to live today. When I was younger, we often had no idea what was happening beyond our national borders, other than the occasional newspaper article or television news story. … Read More»

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Web 2.0: the Ripple Effect that is Transforming the World

The Internet is now acknowledged as the new Great Equalizer (effectively replacing the classic, “death and taxes”), thanks to its promise to bridge the gap between the information haves and have-nots. … Read More»

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My experience with Web 2.0

Few years ago , I used to spend too much money on phone calls from Yemen to Canada and USA to greet my family and friends on Eid holidays. … Read More»

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Helping women with disabilities participate and be heard.

Web 2.0. Such a sterile name for something so personal. … Read More»

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WEB 2.0 AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

The World Wide Web started as a loose collection of links to documents for various universities and research centers. … Read More»

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Women and Web: a combination for change

What gets me really excited about Web 2.0? Well, in my email signature, I have that famous quote by Gandhi that tells us we must be the change we want to see in the world. … Read More»

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Sharing the Story with Web 2.0

The most exciting aspect of Web 2.0 is that it has no borders. The internet and Web 2.0 have removed the physical barriers to communication. … Read More»

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