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IT for Change’s research – as part of our project Recognize, Resist, Remedy
Translation is seen as a high-skilled professional activity, which restricts its reach.
Schools and educational institutions have tended to use proprietary software applications: software that is not sold, but ‘licensed’, by the vendor.
The synthesis report of the multi-country research study titled '
This is the third issue paper, written by Anita Gurumurthy, for the Feminist Digital Justice -- a collaborat
This is the second issue paper, co-written by Anita Gurumurthy and Nandini Chami, for Feminist Digital Justice
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In the past, Open and Distance Learning (ODL) was primarily conducted through snail mail where institutions sent reading and other materials to learners.
IT for Change's paper on 'Breaking Up Big Tech: Separation of its D