Gender

hase 1. Training Curriculum (March-August 2016)

Between March-August 2016, the Prakriye team worked with 85 girls in 4 villages of Hunsur block, Mysore district, establishing rapport and initiating conversations on gender norms, gender scripts, gender roles and the status of women and girls in the community. As a large number of participants…

This short essay explore Prakriye’s digital praxis through a conversation with a community leader and her granddaughters who have been associated with Prakriye’s ICT-enabled learning dialogues for adolescent girls. This conversation captures the situated meanings of digital pedagogy, through inter-generational articulations.

This report is a detailed process documentation of this 2.5 year-long journey at the Mysore site. It brings together the key insights, learnings and reflections from the team members of IT for Change and Prakriye, on the project's theory of change, based on their field praxis.

An external evaluation of Making Women's Voices and Votes Count was carried out between February-June 2015 by two feminist evaluators Ms Anita Ratnam and Ms Vandana Mahajan. The evaluation observed: "The project has been catalytic in building innovative linkagesbetween gender, governance and technology at KMVS, ANANDI and Prakriye.... (causing…

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Prakriye's information centre strategy has focused on partnering with women’s collectives to build vibrant civic-public spaces.From operating 2 ICT-enabled centres covering 10 villages in 2005, we have grown to 7 information centres covering 40 villages of Hunsur and H.D.Kote blocks of Mysuru. Each information centre caters…

In November 2015, IT for Change submitted a position paper on critical concerns for women farmers' rights in the digital age to MAKAAM's meeting to deepen its Charter of Demands for Women Farmers. This note discusses 2 aspects of this shift pertinent to women farmers:

'E-agriculture' initiatives New challenges to women's citizenship arising…

The International Girls in ICT Day was organised by International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Bangkok, in collaboration with UN Women and Intel, on 23 April, 2015. Ms. Anupama Suresh represented IT for Change at the event and shared her experiences of the project Making Women’s Voices and Votes Count. In her presentation, Anupama shared…

The role of the Internet and of digital technologies in structuring our lived reality is beyond doubt. As a core facet of contemporary society, the Internet is central today to the enjoyment of our rights and freedoms. ITU statistics point to how the Internet has developed unevenly throughout the world - 77 percent of people from developed…