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  1 Gender and Technology          Institute for Women and        http://www.iwt.org/home.
                                   Technology                     html




  2 Gender and Technology          Women in Technology            http://www.witi.org/index.
                                   International (WITI)           php




  3 Gender Aspects of Environmental Women in Global Science and   http://www.wigsat.org/
    Management and Sustainable      Technology (WIGSAT)
    Development



  4 Gender and Environment         Female Labor and the            http://www.thaiwomen.ne
                                   Environment:                    t/tncwa/html/html_dynam
                                   From safety in the workplace to ic_en/dynamic_anviron.h
                                   awareness of community ecology
                                                                  tm




  5 Gender and Technology          A gender perspective on          http://www.makerere.ac.
                                   technology policy in development ug/womenstudies/full%2
                                   organisations: Symbolism versus 0papers/mirjam.htm
                                   reality.




  6 Gender and Information         Academy for Educational        http://learnlink.aed.org/P
    Technology                     Development                    ublications/Gender_Book
                                                                  /pdf/Gender_Book_NoPh
                                                                  otos.pdf
 7 Gender and Develepment    Energia                       http://www.energia.org/in
                                                           dex.html




 8 Gender and Technology     UNDP Mainstreming Gender      http://www.mgep.org.np/
                             Equity Programme              mgep_programme_impa
                                                           cts.htm



 9 Gender and Equity         Earth Summit 2002             http://www.earthsummit2
                                                           002.org/es/issues/gender
                                                           /gender.PDF




10 Gender and Sustainabale   Association For Progressive   http://flamme.org/docum
   Development               Communications (APC)          ents/apcstate.htm




11 Gender and Technology     GAIN                          http://womensnet.org.za/l
                                                           inks/gainbroch.htm




12 Gender and Technology     Asia Pacific Women's          http://apwin.women.or.kr/
                             Information Network Center    ehome/introduction.html




13 Gender and Technology     GenderNet (World Bank)        http://www.worldbank.org
                                                           /gender/
14 Gender and Develepment   UN Women Watch                   http://www.un.org/women
                                                             watch/daw/beijing/platfor
                                                             m/



15 Gender and Water         Gender and Water Alliance        http://www.genderandwat
                                                             eralliance.org/english/ma
                                                             in.asp




16 Gender and Water         UNICEF WES (Water,               http://www.unicef.org/pro
                            Environment and Sanitation) -    gramme/wes/info/gender
                            gender mainstreaming             .htm



17 Gender and Water         IRC International Water and     http://www.irc.nl/projects/
                            Sanitation Centre -- The Gender genall/
                            and Water Alliance




18 Gender and Water         Mainstreaming Gender in Water    http://www.worldwaterco
                            Resources Management ---         uncil.org/Vision/Docume
                            Background paper for the World   nts/GenderBackgroundP
                            Vision Process
                                                             aper.pdf




19 Gender and Water         SIDA                             http://www.sida.se/Sida/j
                                                             sp/Crosslink.jsp?d=168&
                                                             a=5334
20 Gender and Water             Gender and Urban Waste           http://www.gdrc.org/uem/
                                Management                       waste/swm-gender.html




21 Gender and Waste             Gender and Waste                 http://www.waste.nl/docw
                                                                 ord/WD12eng.doc




22 Gender and Waste             Waste Disposal & equality        http://www.acdi-
                                between women and men            cida.gc.ca/cida_ind.nsf/8
                                                                 949395286e4d3a585256
                                                                 41300568be1/2036c2a9
                                                                 a702407f852569900015
                                                                 b5c9/$FILE/07Disposal.
                                                                 PDF
23 Gender and Water and Waste   USAID Office of Women in         http://www.genderreach.
                                Development                      com/pdfs/Pubs/ga-vol-2-
                                                                 1.pdf




24 Gender and Sustainable       University of Manchester Institute http://www.change-
   Development                  of Science and Technology          construction.org/building
                                                                 _equality/projectbg.htm



25 Gender and Technology        Gender, Science and Technology http://gstgateway.wigsat.
                                Gateway                        org/
26 Gender and Technology     Gender and the Household          http://www.sparknet.info/
                             Energy - an introduction to key   goto.php/view/2/theme.ht
                             issues                            m




27 Gender and Technology     Asia Pacific Gender Equity in     http://www.unesco.or.id/a
                             Science and Technology            pgest/




28 Gender and Sustainable    Women's Environment and           http://www.wedo.org/pro
   Development               Development Organization          grams/sustainable.htm




29 Gender and Technology     Regional Secretariat for Gender, http://www.regsec-
                             Science and Technology in        gst.org/
                             Southeast Asia and the Pacific




30 Gender and Construction   Buidling Work for Women           http://www.bww.org.uk/h
                                                               ome.htm




31 Gender and                Gender in Urban Infrastructure    http://www.worldbank.org
   Technology/Development    Projects: The Case of the         /urban/upgrading/docs/c
                             Caracas Slum - Upgrading          ameba.pdf
                             Project



32 Gender and Information    Gender, Information Technology, http://www.usaid.gov/wid/
   Technology                and Developing Countries: An    pubs/it01.htm
                             Analytic Study
33 Gender and Develepment   WIDTECH - Environment             http://www.widtech.org/E
                                                              nvironment/Environment.
                                                              htm



34 Gender and Technology    Gender, Development and           http://gendevtech.ait.ac.t
                            Technology at AIT                 h/gtd/gtd.htm




35 Gender and Technology    Cross-Gender Interaction in    http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ej
   Education                Technology Education: A Survey ournals/JTE/v10n2/hayni
                                                              e.html




36 Gender and Technology    Promoting SET for Women, DTI      http://www.set4women.g
                            UK                                ov.uk/




37 Gender and Technology    Association for Women in          http://www.awise.org/
                            Science and Engineering



38 Gender and Technology    Portia --- Gateway into SET for   http://www.portia.ic.ac.uk
                            all Women                         /




39 Gender and Develepment   Trade, Sustainable Development http://r0.unctad.org/trade
                            and Gender in the Forestry     _env/test1/publications/t
                            Sector                         warog1.pdf
40 Gender and Information   "Information and communication http://www.un.org/women
   Technology               technologies                   watch/daw/egm/ict2002/i
                            and their impact on and use as ndex.html
                            an instrument
                            for the advancement and
                            empowerment of women"


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Its mission is to increase the impact of women on all aspects of      1501 Page Mill Rd, ms 1105
technology and to increase the positive impact of technology on       Palo Alto, CA 94304 USA
the lives of the world's women.                                       phone: 650.236.4756
                                                                      fax: 650.852.8172
                                                                      email: info@iwt.org

For more than a decade, WITI has successfully provided                6345 Balboa Blvd. #257
women in technology inspiration, education, conferences, on-          Encino, CA 91316
line services, publications and an exceptional worldwide              Phone: 800.334.WITI
network of resources. WITI is the first and only international        Voice: 818.342.9746
organization solely dedicated to advancing women through              Fax: 818.342.9895
technology.
Women in Global Science and Technology supports global                P.O. Box 145, 623 Brimley Road
networking on critical issues in science and technology for           Grafton, Ontario, K0K 2G0
development. This includes women’s formal and nonformal               Canada
science and technology practices around the world, for policy         Voice:1- 905-349-9962, Fax:1-
advocacy and action which promotes their S&T contributions to         905-349-2066
sustainable development.
Women workers play an important role in addressing                    tnwa@thaiwomen.net
environmental problems in the workplace, problems that directly
affect their health and security, from the level of individual
factories to the national level. Participation varies from place to
place, but in general women have addressed issues of
environmental health and safety at work and fostered
cooperation between employers and employees and with
government agencies to solve problems. Improving the work
environment also helps protect the environment of communities
in industrial zones.
The paper presents a small part of a larger piece of research         Mirjam Southwell PhD
exploring the awareness of gender and technology issues in            Department Of women and
international development organisations and its impact on             Gender Studies
technology policy implementation in relation to women and             Makerere University
development. To ensure the visibility of women in the overtly         P.O.BOX 7062
masculine area of technology and technology policy, the paper         Kampala, Uganda
takes a feminist perspective. The implementation structures of        Plot 45, Pool Road
international development organisations were examined by              Tel: 256-041-531484
taking a 'slice' through from grassroots to international level. In   Fax: 256-041-543539
depth interviews were carried out in an international non-            E-mail:
governmental organisation, governmental and supra-                    gendermu@africaonline.co.ug
governmental organisations.
Informationa Technology (IT) has become a potent force in             Nancy Hafkin and Nancy Taggart
transforming social, economic, and political life globally.           Academy for Educational
Without its incorporation into the information age, there is little   Development
chance for countries or regions to develop. More and more
concern is being shown about the impact of those left on the
other side of the digital divide--the division between information
"haves" and "have nots." Most women within developing
countries are in the deepest part of the divide -- furthre removed
from the information age than themen whose poverty they
share...
ENERGIA is an international network on gender and                   Postbus 64,
sustainable energy which links individuals and groups               3830 AB Leusden,
concerned with energy, environment and women. ENERGIA               The Netherlands
aims to strengthen the role of women in sustainable energy          Phone:+31.(0)33.4326044
development through information exchange, training, research,       Fax:+31.(0)33.4940791
advocacy and action.                                                Email: energia@etcnl.nl
                                                                    Email the webmaster



The program has initiated a process to sensitise and raise          PO Box 107, Krishna Galli,
awareness on gender issues; build local capacities through          Pulchowk, Lalitpur,
fostering partnership with national and local level institutions,   Phone: (977-1) 5520564,
and using almost entirely local experts and consultants as          5528793
source of technical expertise to mainstream gender at micro,        Fax: (977-1) 5528793
meso to micro levels.                                               Email: cwlac@mgep.org.np
The need for gender equity cuts across all aspects of               -
Sustainable Development. This paper depicts some of the on-
going blocks to gender equity at global and regional levels.
Touching on a vast array of issues: human rights and security;
poverty; access to and management of resources; trade and
finance; development; and health, it outlines some means to
tackle these problems and proposes some key questions which
need to be addressed by the Johannesburg Summit.
We believe that it is essential to engage more women in             africa@apcwomen.org
accessing and using Information and Communication
Technologies (ICTs) for equality and development in Africa. We
believe that women should be able to use ICTs strategically in
support of women’s empowerment and agendas in order to:
facilitate networking and information exchange: support
solidarity campaigns and collaborative actions: mainstream
issues of concern to women: ensure that women are able to
participate equally in civil and public life.
GAIN aims to:facilitate communication, discussion and               C/o Jennifer Radloff
information sharing between organisations and people                African Gender Institute, UCT
interested in gender and women's issues in Africa. As a             Private Bag Rondebosch 7701
network, GAIN is committed to making indigenous information         South Africa
on women and gender valued, visible and accessible globally         Tel: 2721 650 2970
and participate in the global information society in order to       Fax: 2721 685 2142
promote gender justice and women's rights in Africa.                E-mail: jradloff@agi.uct.ac.za

APWINC was established on November 1996 at Sookmyung                53-12 Chungpa-Dong 2-Ka,
Women's University, and aims at promoting women's                   Yongsan-Ku
informatization and women-related communication technologies        Seoul, Korea, 140-742
in the Aisa Pacific region, focusing on South Korea and North       Tel: 82-2-710-9886
Korea.                                                              Fax:82-2-710-9896
                                                                    Webmaster@women.or.kr
Welcome to the GenderNet. This site describes how the Bank          gnetwork@worldbank.org
seeks to reduce gender disparities and enhance women's
participation in economic development through its programs
and projects. It summarizes knowledge and experience,
provides gender statistics, and facilitates discussion on gender
and development.
Official documents of UN Beijing Declaration and Platform for         UN Division for the Advancement
Action concluded at the Fourth World Conference on Women in of Women (DAW)
1995.                                                                 2 UN Plaza, DC2-12th Floor
                                                                      New York, NY 10017 USA
                                                                      Fax +1-212-963-3463
                                                                      E-mail address: daw@un.org
The Gender and Water Alliance is a network of 133                     GWA Secretariat
organisations and individuals from around the world with an           Jennifer Francis,
independent steering committee. It is an Associated                   Executive secretary.
Programme of the Global Water Partnership (GWP) funded by c/o IRC International Water and
the governments of the Netherlands and United Kingdom.                Sanitation Centre
Beacuse of the pooled experience and skills contained in this         PO Box 2869
network, the GWA offers a mix of information and knowledge            2601 CW Delft, The Netherlands
sharing activities such as electronic conferencing, a web site,       Tel: +31-15-219 2943
advocacy leaflets and video, annual reports, capacity building        Fax: +31-15-219 0955
and pilot programmes.                                                 email: francis@irc.nl
Gender mainstreaming within water and sanitation projects             info@unicef.org
involves addressing two dimensions: the differences in needs
and priorities of women, men, girls and boys that arise from
their different activities and responsibilities; and the inequalities
in access to and control over water resources, and access to
sanitation services.
The Gender and Water Alliance is an associated programme of P.O. Box 2869
the Global Water Partnership. The purpose of this programme 2601 CW Delft
is to promote strategic improvements in the practice of gender The Netherlands
mainstreaming, through a network of organisations committed Tel: +31-15-219 29 39
to and active in mainstreaming gender in their own work and           Fax: +31-15-219 09 55
that of their partners. This will contribute to the goal, which is to
achieve effective policies and practice on gender
mainstreaming in integrated water resources management.. It
comprises 110 members from 39 countries in seven regions of
the world.
Within the social re-orientation, most recent policy documents Les Docks de la Joliette, Atrium
have recognized, a gender approach is essential to the                10.3
development of effective, efficient, and sustainable systems and 10 Place de la Joliette
strategies. This paper outlines why. It also provides some            13002 Marseille FRANCE
simple guidelines for putting a gender approach into action. It is Phone: +33 (4) 91 99 41 00
meant for policy-makers in international and national                 Fax: +33 (4) 91 99 41 01
institutions, professionals, within water-sector organizations,       wwc@worldwatercouncil.org
and individuals working on sustainable development and
conservation strategies.
Traditionally women play a key role in water management,              105 25 Stockholm
collection and usage at household level. Sida guidelines on           Tel: +46-8-698 50 00
gender and water resources have been developed recently to            Fax: +46-8-20 88 64
ensure that both women and men have the possibility to                info@sida.se
influence, participate in and benefit from improvements to water
supply and sanitation.
This paper is based on the results of a number of UWEP case         Maria Muller & Anne Schienberg
studies. Although these case studies concern a variety of waste     WASTE
activities, it was possible to discern distinctions as to the       Nieuwehaven 201
involvement of women and men. First the paper introduces the        2801 CW Gouda
concept of gender in development and goes on to discuss the         the Netherlands
gender dimension in waste management (3). The observation is        tel: +31-182-522625
then made that gender differences and other social inequalities     fax: +31-182-550313
are maintained through the operation of similar social              e-mail: mmuller@waste.nl
mechanisms. Finally, the paper gives recommendations for
strategies to support the inclusion of both women and men in
waste management activities and to reduce social inequalities.

The report gives an overview of the major points raised during      Anne Scheinberg, Maria Muller,
an e-mail conference on gender and community-based urban            & Evgenia L. Tasheva
waste management, involving over 200 participants. Topics are:      WASTE
gender and waste characterization; gender factors in waste          Nieuwehaven 201
management; gender and economics, and gender in the                 2801 CW Gouda
community. Based on the discussion, the report provides             the Netherlands
planning tips and a checklist for gender analysis in solid waste    tel: +31-182-522625
projects, and an agenda for research and project development.       fax: +31-182-550313
                                                                    e-mail: mmuller@waste.nl
The effectiveness of waste disposal intiatives can be improved      B. Woroniuk and J. Schalkwyk
through the incorporation of an understanding of gender             for Sida
differences and inequalities. Waste disposal projects can also      105 25 Stockholm, Sweden
provide support towomen (especially if they are responsible for
waste disposal) and ease their overall work burden through
improved family health. Waste disposal initiatives can also
contribute to gender equality through offering opportunities for
women's increased employment.
In countries where development pressures have degraded the          Office of Women in Development
environment and put ecosystems at risk, the U.S. Agency for         Bureau for Global Programs,
International Development (USAID) and other international           Field Support and Research,
donors are joining with host countries to conserve natural          USAID
resources and promote sustainable devlopment. USAID, in its         Washington, DC 20523-3801
environmental programs, recognizes that ignoring the pressures      phone: (202) 712-0570
of daily life in developing countries will result in a failure to   fax: (202) 216-3173
engage local residents in protecting the environment.               genderreach@dai.com
The main aim of the project is to bring about cultural change in    Dr Sandra Fielden at the School
the construction industry through equality and greater respect      of Management, UMIST.
for the workforce. In practice, this involves initiatives to        Telephone: 0161 200 3446
encourage a gender and race inclusive working environment,          Sandi Rhys Jones, RhysJones
and to disseminate Good Practice Guidelines, which outline          Consultants.
both the community and the business benefits of diversity.          sandi@rhysjones.com
The Gender, Science and Technology Gateway is a resource            -
for researchers, policy makers, and NGOs. It provides key links
and information on research, practice, policy and partners in
sustainable development which focuses on gender equality.
A literature search for papers on the theme “Household Energy”    Dr. Joy Clancy
finds most researchers equate the term with cooking and           University of Twente, Technology
stoves, issues strongly identified with women. However, a         and Development Group (TDG)
number of researchers have taken a broader definition to          PO BOX 217, CT Building,
encompass all the activities that take place within a household   7500AE, Enschede, Netherlands
and the linkages to a much wider system of energy supply and      Phone (31-53) 4893537
demand.This paper takes this broader definition as the            Fax (31-53) 4893087
framework in which to examine the issues around household         J.S.Clancy@tdg.utwente.nl
energy from a gendered perspective.
APGEST (Asia Pacific Gender Equity in Science and                   UNESCO Office, Jakarta
Technology) is a breakthrough initiative on gender, science and     Jl. M. H. Thamrin 14
technology, spearheaded by UNESCO Office, Jakarta.                  Jakarta 10002
APGEST is promoting the adoption of policies and programme          Indonesia
that ensure access to cutting edge sciecne and technology by        Ph. 62-21-3141308, 3140066
poor women in the Asia Pacific.                                     Fax. 62-21-3150382
                                                                    Email: jakarta@unesco.org
The Sustainable Development Program fosters development             355 Lexington Avenue, 3rd Floor
that is ecologically sound, economically viable, and socially just. New York, NY 10017-6603,
It seeks to strengthen international networking between             U.S.A.
women's and environmental groups; mobilize women's                  Tel: 212-973-0325
involvement in environmental and sustainable development            Fax: 212-973-0335
decision-making; and advocate for gender mainstreaming in           rebecca@wedo.org
international forums like the World Summit on Sustainable
Development.
To enhance the status and role of women, both as agents and C/o Center for Scientific
beneficiaries in the development of science and technology and Documentation and Information
their application to social and economic development and            Indonesian Institute of Science
promote studies on their differential impacts on women and men (PDII_LIPI) 3rd floor
in Southeast Asia Pacific region, in line with programmes of        Jalan Gatot Subroto 10, Jakarta
transformative actions recommended by UNCSTD.                       12710, Indonesia
                                                                    Telephone (6221)52964828
                                                                    Facsimile: (6221) 52964827
                                                                    E-mail: regsec @pdii.lipi.go.id
Building Work for Women is a partnership formed in 1999 to          The Building Centre
pilot practical solutions to the skill needs of construction        2nd Floor, 26 Store Street
employers and clients, whilst addressing the significant barriers London, WC1E 7BT
faced by women entrants from all backgrounds to the industry. Tel : 020 7637 8265
                                                                    Fax : 020 7637 8266
                                                                    Email : caroline@bww.org.uk
While gender was not an explicit goal of the Caracas Slum-          urbanhelp@worldbank.org
Upgrading Project (CAMEBA) during the design stage of the
project, achievements with respect to gender have been
noteworthy. Women participate significantly in the project
through community consultations and training as well as in their
roles as neighbor inspectors, construction workers and project
staff.
Information technology (IT) has become a potent force in            Office of Women in Development
transforming social, economic, and political life globally. Without Bureau for Global Programs,
its incorporation into the information age, there is little chance  Field Support and Research,
for countries or regions to develop. More and more concern is USAID
being shown about the impact of those left on the other side of Washington, DC 20523-3801
the digital divide - the division between the information "haves" phone: (202) 712-0570
and "have nots."                                                    fax: (202) 216-3173
                                                                    genderreach@dai.com
The WIDTECH environment and natural resource sector views       1717 Massachusetts Ave.,
community-based initiatives as the foundation for identifying   NW, Suite 302
local priorities and resolving environmental issues with those  Washington, DC 20036 USA
men and women most directly involved.                           Tel.: 202-332-2853
                                                                Fax: 202-332-8257
                                                                info@widtech.org
Gender, Technology and Development is an international          School of Environment,
refereed journal brought out by the Gender and Development      Resources and Development
Studies at the Asian Institute of Technology. The program       Asian Institute of Technology
promotes increased participation of Asian women through         P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang
higher education, research and outreach activities in Asia.     Pathumthani-12120, Thailand
                                                                Tel: (66-2) 524-5668
                                                                Fax: (66-2) 524-6166, 516-1418
                                                                GTDjournal@ait.ac.th
Though the traditional "industrial arts" programs of the 1950s  William J. Haynie
which involved woodworking, metalworking, and other "shop"      Associate Professor
areas were heavily male dominated (Cummings, 1998; Hill,        Dept of Mathematics, Science
1998; and Zuga, 1998), modern technology education could be and Tehcnology Education
more appealing to females.                                      North Carolina State University
(From Volume 10, Number 2 - Spring 1999)                        Raleigh, NC
                                                                haynie@poe.coe.ncsu.edu
The unit was set up to tackle women's under-representation in Katy Parish
the science, engineering and technology (SET) community. Our Promoting SET for Women Unit
aim is to improve the recruitment, retention and progression of Office of Science and Technology
women throughout SET education and employment and to            Department of Trade and Industry
increase their involvement in shaping SET policy.               Bay 5118, 1 Victoria Street
                                                                London SW1H 0ET
                                                                Tel: 020 7215 0052
                                                                Fax: 020 7215 0054
                                                                Email: katy.parish@dti.gsi.gov.uk


Our aim is to advance the participation of girls and women in         AWiSE National Office
the sciences, from biomedicine to mathematics and the social          59 Portland Place
sciences, in engineering, and in the technologies, in all areas       London
and at all levels.                                                    W1N 3AJ
                                                                      info@awise.org
The outcome of the 1998 "Getting Connected" workshop was              elizabeth@portiaweb.org.uk
Portia, a web-based community, providing links to partner
organisations, information on jobs, meetings and events and a
forum for airing general concerns about women in SET and any
other current topics, a learning section as well as a collection of
fun topics we hope will appeal to all ages.
In the forestry sector, discussions on trade, environmnetal and       Trade, Environment &
gender aspects tend to be conducted separately from one               Development Branch, UNCTAD
another. This overview paper attempts to bring these three            Ms. Sophia Twarog
areas together.                                                       E Building, Palais des Nations
                                                                      CH - 1211 Geneve 10, Suisse
                                                                      tel +41 (0)22 917 5082
                                                                      fax +41 (0)22 917 0247
                                                                      sophia.twarog@unctad.org
The Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW) in                Division for the Advancement of
cooperation with the International Telecommunications Union       Women, Dept of Economic and
(ITU) and the United Nations ICT Task Force Secretariat, is       Social Affairs
organizing an expert group meeting (EGM) on "Information and      2 UN Plaza, 12th Floor
communication technologies and their impact on and use as an      New York, NY 10017
instrument for the advancement and empowerment of women".         Fax: 1 212 963 3463
The meeting will take place in the Republic of Korea from 11 to   daw@un.org
14 November 2002.
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