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17 May 2012: World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD); Networking and Collaboration session of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on theme "Women and Girls in ICT" held on 17 May 2012 at M. A. Jinnah University Islamabad  
 
 
 

NETWORKING AND COLLABORATION SESSION

THEME : "Women and Girls in ICT"


The rapid evolution of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is clearly re-shaping our daily lives, enhancing productivity and transforming the economy. This Year’s World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD) will be celebrated under the theme of “Women and Girls in ICT”. Women constitute 52% of our population and stand as the pillars of strength for every family and community across the country. They are a major contributor to the national economy and playing their appreciable role in elevating the status of society.

In order to celebrate WTISD among local community members, Internet Society (ISOC) Islamabad Chapter (in-formation) is organizing a 2 hours open networking and collaboration session focusing on the theme of “Women and Girls in ICT”. The workshop session will primarily invite females associated with ICTs as students, teachers and professionals to express their thoughts and views while learning from each other’s experiences. The workshop will make an attempt to explore present challenges and opportunities for our ‘Women and Girls’ in the field of ICT. The workshop will offer the attendees an open environment to collaborate, network and celebrate this year’s WTISD dedicated to them.

The workshop will also host an expert panel of individuals to assist and answer queries / thoughts of the attendees.

Partners of the workshop include Muhammad Ali Jinnah University and Google Pakistan.

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KEY SET OF TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
What does ICT brings for Women & Girls?
What are the Opportunities?
Working beyond the Boundaries What are the Challenges / Issues?
How to address them?
What’s in there (International Windows?)

 
   
     
     
 
 
 
     
     
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