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Leveling Up Women One Edit at a Time
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Internet Governance 22 June 2018

Leveling Up Women One Edit at a Time

Only 1 in 10 Wikipedia editors is a woman. Unfortunately, the underrepresentation of female perspectives is quite common within...

Global Editathon: Making Women in Tech Visible
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Women In Tech 24 May 2018

Global Editathon: Making Women in Tech Visible

Why is it necessary to “edit” the biographies of women who are doing an incredible job on issues of...

Jazmin Fallas Kerr: Creating Opportunities for Women in Costa Rica
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Women In Tech 26 April 2018

Jazmin Fallas Kerr: Creating Opportunities for Women in Costa Rica

The age-old tradition of the physical marketplace may be crumbling, and many women-led families in Costa Rica are feeling...

EQUALS in Tech Awards: Recognizing Women’s Empowerment Initiatives
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Women In Tech 26 April 2018

EQUALS in Tech Awards: Recognizing Women’s Empowerment Initiatives

Celebrating the work of women who are making a difference in their communities by using the Internet is something...

This Girls in ICT Day, Let’s Increase the Visibility of Women on Wikipedia
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Women In Tech 25 April 2018

This Girls in ICT Day, Let’s Increase the Visibility of Women on Wikipedia

At the Women’s Special Interest Group of the Internet Society we are committed to promoting the participation of women...

Juma Baldeh: Breaking Barriers to Access in Gambia
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Women In Tech 30 March 2018

Juma Baldeh: Breaking Barriers to Access in Gambia

How do you shift the cultural stigma around technology and gender? As Juma Baldeh has proven in Gambia, you...

Teaching Sri Lankan Girls How to Code
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Women In Tech 13 March 2018

Teaching Sri Lankan Girls How to Code

Girls in Technology is a community-based initiative to help increase schoolgirls’ participation in emerging Internet technology careers. The pilot...

Kate Ekanem: Promoting the Education, Literacy, and Empowerment of Girls in Nigeria
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Women In Tech 8 March 2018

Kate Ekanem: Promoting the Education, Literacy, and Empowerment of Girls in Nigeria

While the personal is almost always political, sometimes the person affected takes action that changes the course of history....

Makkiya Jawed: At The Intersection of Technology and Medicine
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Women In Tech 8 March 2018

Makkiya Jawed: At The Intersection of Technology and Medicine

The intersection between technology and medicine is perhaps one of the most important junctions of our time, and, in...

The Power of Women to Change the World: A message from our CEO on International Women’s Day
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Women In Tech 8 March 2018

The Power of Women to Change the World: A message from our CEO on International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day, with the goal to empower women in all settings. This year, the Internet Society...

Shine the Light: Six Women Making a Difference
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Women In Tech 7 March 2018

Shine the Light: Six Women Making a Difference

This International Women’s Day, we’re boosting the profiles of incredible women around the world who are pushing boundaries using...

World Photo Day: Capturing The Invisible World
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Women In Tech 19 August 2016

World Photo Day: Capturing The Invisible World

Shuli Hallak photographs the Internet.  And when we say she photographs it, we’re not just talking about cool pictures...

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