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Azerbaijan Gender Information Center
Yelena Kasumova | 28 March 2005

The Azerbaijan Gender Information Center (AGIC) is the first center for information and analysis established by the women’s movement in the South Caucasus.

In 2002, AGIC launched its dynamic national women’s portal which it updates daily. www.gender-az.org is a website that provides strategic information about ICTs to women. It is supported by the Open Society Fund.
AGIC provides ICT training for women, gathers and disseminates feminist information and develops expertise in advocacy on gender and ICT issues. AGIC is the information provider of the women’s "Coalition - 1325". Coalition - 1325 was created in the course of a UNIFEM project entitled «Women for the world and preventing conflict in the South Caucasus». AGIC has 12 partners in Central and Eastern Europe and seven partners in the New Independent Government States.


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