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Advancing Women’s Rights through Information Distribution

Organization Name: KARAT Coalition

[Central and Eastern Europe - Poland]

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KARAT is a regional coalition of organizations and individuals from 18 countries. The Coalition works to ensure gender equality in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries.
Karat Coalition evaluated their electronic news bulletin distributed to members and non-member organizations and individuals throughout CEE and CIS countries. They conducted a questionnaire survey among their audience to gauge how effectively the KARAT News satisfies their readers’ needs. Their evaluation addressed several key gender and ICT issues such as local women‘s organizations access to information and internet, and the contribution of women-focussed information resources to women’s empowerment.Read more

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Ciberenredadas: Creating Positive Image of Women in Media

Organization Name: AMARC LAC Women´s Programme

[Latin America and Caribbean - Bolivia]

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The AMARC LAC Women´s Programme has around 250 members in Latin America and the Caribbean and reaches with its services several hundred community radio stations in the region. GEM was used to evaluate their e-news service “Ciberenredadas” on women´s issues produced by RED-ADA, from Bolivia. Through Ciberenredadas, AMARC expected to see an increase in gender perspective and women-focussed information in news exchange among the radio producers in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The GEM evaluation explored how this new service contributed in creating awareness on gender issues and gender equity within content production teams for AMARC’s member radio stations in the region.

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Women's Information for Empowerment

Organization Name: Modemmujer

[Latin America and Caribbean - Mexico]

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One of the first women's networks in the region to use email as a strategic dissemination and networking tool was Modemmujer in Mexico. Its mission is to contribute to the empowerment of women and organizations in the feminist movement, focusing on the use of ICT from a gender and social change view.
Modemmujer's evaluation team used GEM to review the gender perspective of their information dissemination activities, as well as the extent to which Modemmujer's work contributes to women's empowerment, and responds to the present needs of the women's movement in the region. They also wanted to see how their electronic lists encouraged the subscribers to use ICT tools in order to promote women’s rights. GEM results have helped them to reaffirm strategies and develop new possibilities for improving their work.Read more

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