Thursday February 20, 2020

Pervasive' gender gap in tech access

A ''significant and pervasive tech gap between the access women have to online technology compared to men is expected to be a key topic at a conference to be held in Dublin next week.

16th March, 2014

A ''significant and pervasive tech gap between the access women have to online technology compared to men is expected to be a key topic at a conference to be held in Dublin next week.

Up to 60 commissioners from the high-powered UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development are to meet in the Shelbourne Hotel Dublin on 22 and 23 of March to discuss strategies to make broadband more available and affordable worldwide.

The commission is chaired by Rwanda's...

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