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Global Launch in Chile
Friday, April 29th, 2011

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and telecentre.org Foundation recently launched the “Telecentre Women: Digital Literacy Campaign” at the 3rd Global Forum on Telecentres in Santiago, Chile last April 7, 2011. Hosted by Maria Teresa Camba, Director of Operations for telecentre.org Foundation, the event was marked with Signings of Agreement with the ITU, represented by Sergio Scarabino, Senior Adviser of the Chile Area Office (see a video of the signing here) and Intel, represented by Laurentzi Sasai. In a brief... Continue

Woman In Focus: Ines Copete
Monday, February 7th, 2011

Ines Copete, ICT trainer from Makaia in Chocó, finalist in the “Prevention, gender and ICT” contest Ines Copete, Administrator of the CACI – Compatel of Nuqui Choco and ICT Trainer participated in the “Prevention, gender and ICT” contest with the proposal “Celebration and reenactment of the International Day of Non-violence Against Women and Girls, using ICT, in Nuqui – Choco”, with which she placed as a finalist. With the objective of preventing... Continue

Woman In Focus: Myrna Padilla
Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Myrna Padilla is the Campaign’s Ambassador in the Philippines.. here is her success story, in her own words (Transcript of Speech for 6th Mindanao ICT Congress and the 1st BIMP-EAGA ICT Conference). (Introductions omitted) I and my team were very honoured when we received the official invitation from MICT to share our story of success. However, in my heart there is some conflict. Because by nature I am a humble person… and... Continue

Training Needs of Women in Chile…
Thursday, November 11th, 2010

From Agelica: according to my experience, any training (or action) towards women must start with a recognition of the gender gap and how this affects society as a whole, whether male or female. Therefore, I think we should leave for a introductory module (or unit within all training courses) that would allow women (and men of course) to realize why it is important to work for the achievement of equity. This... Continue

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