Re-Wiring Women's Rights Debates in the Digital Age


What are the stakes for gender justice in the digital age?

How can we deepen democracy in the age of technology- and data- driven governance?

Why do we need to move beyond 'access' in 'ICTs for women's empowerment'?


If these questions interest you, you may like to apply for 

the Short Course on


Re-Wiring Women's Rights Debates

in the Digital Age


12th-14th September, 2014

IT for Change announces a 3 day course on gender, governance and technology in the Indian context, that is open to activists and NGO leaders working in the areas of women's rights and social justice, as well as young research scholars in the social and political sciences, based in India.


The course will open up a space for dialogue and deliberation, where participants can interact with senior policy makers, leading feminist scholars and practitioners with extensive experience in the areas of community informatics and community media, to identify critical concerns for democracy, accountable governance and gender justice in the digital age.


All participants will receive a full scholarship that covers costs of travel and stay for the course. The course has 20 seats.


To apply, please send us your CV (with date of birth and contact details) and a 500-word statement on why you want to participate in the course to, with the subject line 'Women's Rights Course'.


Last date for receipt of applications extended to 25th July, 2014


Partners: ANANDI and Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan


Supported by: International Development Research Centre and UN Women Fund for Gender Equality