The Special Issue of the Journal of Community Informatics on Gender, guest-edited by IT for Change, launched today. The Journal of Community Informatics (JoCI) is a focal point for the communication of research to a global network of academics, community informatics practitioners and national and multi-lateral policy makers. The articles in this special issue address how information and communication technologies have a transformatory impact on gender identities within Latin American, South Asian, East Asian, and North American societies. From e-governance techniques that exclude women, virtual spaces that cultivate community identity, mobile phone units that empower entrepreneurship, and migrant women's ICT links, the special issue spans a variety of topics exploring the relationship between community informatics and gender dynamics. Please click here to see the journal.