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Monday, August 07, 2006 

UN-INSTRAW : Gender Training WIKI

By blending ICT within the scope of gender analysis, capacity building and knowledge-sharing, INSTRAW is paving the way through the development of a WIKI that fully emphasizes gender issues. This offering for practitioners is multi-sided by combining resources and access to the latest trainings, events and position papers delivered by institutions that span around the globe.

UN-INSTRAW WIKI

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