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VOF Week 1: (Women Given Voice with Web 2.0)

It should not come as a surprise to anyone (unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 50 years) that women are underrepresented in all forms and functions of media. … Read More»

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VOF Week 1: (Hand in Hand Overcoming Barriers)

Four years ago I watched a TV program about the situation of women in Ethiopia. … Read More»

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'VOF Week 1- Women, the group at risk

When I started viewing and writing on World pulse, I did not know exactly how I could be benefited by it? … Read More»

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"VOF Week 1: (Endless Possibilities)."

I believe Web 2.0 is the greatest and best idea that has been unleashed in recent times to create a platform for women empowerment and for the world to interact freely. … Read More»

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VOF Week 1: Putting Sisterhood on the Agenda

What excites me most about Web 2.0 is: 1) the ability to expand social impact through media, dissemination of information, training and consulting opportunities; 2) the potential to research and devel … Read More»

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"VOF Week 1: ( Web 2.0 tools at a glance)

By Brenda Zulu … Read More»

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My Biography

My name is Arun Reaksmey. I am 28 years old. I was born in Phnom Penh City, Cambodia on January 21, 1983. I’ve got a lot of friends because I am an honest person and feel sympathy for others. … Read More»

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Needs to do More to Remove Superstitions from Nepal

There are many superstitions in Nepal which let women behind. For some people it might be the story of a film but it’s a real issue of women. … Read More»

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commiting to Zero tolernace to violence against women

When you talk about violence in society, you get a stare that could be interpreted as what-you-are-saying-is-from-mars. … Read More»

Esther Nasikye's picture

Committing to Zero tolerance to violence against women

When you talk about violence in society, you get a stare that could be interpreted as what-you-are-saying-is-from-mars. … Read More»

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