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Women Connect  

  • supports women’s organisations in England with online resources, organisational development and some equipment. In this way the capacity of women's groups is strengthened to form new partnerships and influence policy and decision-making on issues concerning gender equality and ICT. 
  • This website  is designed to perform three main functions: to be a practical resource for Women Connect partners and to facilitate networking; to provide an introduction to Women Connect for those new to the project; and to bean information source for researchers and policy makers interested in gender equality and ICT. We want our website to be as useful as possible for you and so would welcome your feedback; please let us know if you have any suggestions for improvement, or know of any resources that you think should be added. 
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Women Helped to Advance in Media
WHAM offer work placements to unemployed women, primarily BME, looking to make it in the media business. more...

International Womens Day 8th March 2006
Local and national events are taking place up and down the country to celebrate IWG, a day commemorated at the United Nations more...

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