We are proud to present activists who are contributing to WITT’s development through networking, exchange and fruitful cooperation.
ICTs development for better society
|Information and communication technologies help to promote women’s development. That is why Angella, a participant in the Training Exchange Event, in Ohrid, 12-15 February 2005, likes being involved in WITT. |
Between north and south is east
|With a red scarf around her waist Kristina Mihalec, Croatia, coordinator of Women and Information Technology Transfer (WiTT), explains her vision of the Internet as a strategic and creative tool for women’s inclusion. For her, WiTT is a way to bring an Eastern perspective into the global discussion about north and south, rich and poor. |
Moldova has a Future ...
Alina Dorosh/Moldova National Women’s Studies and Information Centre.
The situation in Moldova is harsh in general, but Alina has many thoughts about making the lives of women in her country better. First they should become aware of the opportunities open to them, including the new economic opportunities.
“Hooked” on Linux
|Do you need to know how to get around Linux? Do you want to know more about free software or learn about digital freedom and digital rights? Do you enjoy positive energy coming your way? She is THE woman to call! |
Woman at work
|milica gudovic’ | Zene na delu | Serbia and Montenegro |
"Exchange Experience with Other Women Useful and Inspiring"
|Maria Velichkova of Bulgaria has been associated with WITT for two years. Meeting with other women who work in the field of ICTs is for her a source of inspiration and a way to develop strategies for advancing both social and women’s rights in the region. |
Instant Space for Activism
|Valentina Pellizzer, from OneWorld, is a vibrant woman living in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has been a feminist for over 20 years, and still is. Valentina explains the importance of incorporating an ICT approach with women’s activisim. |
A Strong Woman is... |
Alyona Dorosh | 2 March 2005
We Need a Women-Only Space!
Ivana Pavic | 2 March 2005
Accept Your Own Genius
milica gudovic | 2 March 2005
Feminism is Young in Macedonia
Lenka Simerska | 2 March 2005