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Friday, May 19, 2006 







Engendering E-Government in Developing Countries
By Eva M. Rathgeber, Joint Chair of Women’s Studies, University of Ottawa/ Carleton University

Published Monday, 8 May, 2006 - 16:16

Eva Rathgeber writes about the necessity of recognising women and men having different patterns of using computers and internet and the importance of national governments employing gender analysis when launching eGovernment initiatives

As more and more people become connected worldwide, information and communications technology (ICT) optimists anticipate that the technologies will overcome barriers of geography and distance, providing opportunities within national and across international boundaries for users to have instant access to relevant knowledge and information. Most industrialized countries and some developing countries already are providing many e-government services to their citizens, often with positive outcomes

To Follow up on This Article: Engendering E-Government in Developing Countries

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