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Uneven Access to ICT, by Dorte Munch UNA-Denmark
http://una.dk/wsis/Uneven_access.pdf
Short. Has interesting diagrams of the subject

Putting the Cart before the Horse? e-Government and the WSIS By Rik Panganiban,
http://una.dk/wsis/put_chart.htm
short perspective of e-goverment

The Role of IT-Companies in Development Assistance By David Madié
http://una.dk/wsis/IT-companies.htm
Short. About the importance of the private sektor in ICT development

The Future of the Information Society by Helge Sander
http://una.dk/wsis/fut_inf_soc.htm
Short. Points out that ICT is not solely divided between north and south, There are
common problems to ICT worth focusing on

http://una.dk/wsis/
“The Information Society is for all”

TUNIS AGENDA FOR THE INFORMATION SOCIETY (Rikkas meeting)
http://www.itu.int/wsis/docs2/tunis/off/6rev1.html

Technological convergence and regulation; Challenges facing developing countries
http://infodev.org/files/2985_file_Communication_and_Strategies.pdf
Special issue of the journal: Communication and Stratigies. Published to mark the
summit meeting in Tunis 2005. Focused on technological effervescence.

http://wire.less.dk/
private sector, open standard (here I´m thinking about a possible interview person).

The E-Goverment Handbook for Developing Countries
http://infodev.org/files/841_file_eGovernment_Handbook.pdf
A “how to” approach to the subject

Monitoring the Digital Divide....and Beyond
http://infodev.org/files/836_file_The_Digital_Divide.pdf
Long. Has good statistics about the subject

Donor ICT Strategies Matrix
http://old.developmentgateway.org/download/220519/Fullmatrix.pdf
Information on how bilateral and multilateral donors use ICT to achive development
goals.
Donor information and ICT strategies
http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/53/55/2499900.pdf
Very similar to the article above, but this one has included a questionare it send out to all
the donors, + some individual answers, along with general outcome

Aligning needs and means. On culture, ICT and knowledge in development cooperation.
http://www.isaacsuk.co.uk/resource_bank/documents/soeftestad_l_002_iris2001.pdf
Societal role of ICT, talks about the cultural faktor of ICT.

ICT and gender
http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/ict2002/reports/Paper-NHafkin.PDF
This artivles looks at the main issues concerning gender and ICT and talks about what
should be done to counter the gender faktor with ICT in developing context

				
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