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The history of all times, and of today especially, teaches that ... women will be forgotten if they forget to think about themselves.
Louise Otto
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Meet WITT: mission, goals and objectives, activities, programs.
 

WITT Back to Action
Christina Haralanova | 25 February 2007
As from January 2007, WITT has received seed-money for its continuation, with an aim to ensure its future. Internet Rights Bulgaria Foundation (IRBF) has taken on the task of coordinating WITT in 2007. 

Eastern European ICT for women initiative goes European
Lin McDevitt-Pugh | 13 July 2005
Participants in WITT, a three-year project to train women’s organisations in Eastern Europe in using information communication technologies in their information strategies concluded not only that their project was successful but that the initiative should grow and encompass women throughout Europe. This was one of the outcomes of a recent meeting of key participants in ENAWA’s Effective E-Feminism training project, held in Amsterdam from June 24-27 2005. 

Witt-project.net: crossing feminism and technology
Lin McDevitt-Pugh | 8 March 2005
Women’s Information Technology Transfer (WITT) launched today a portal site to link women’s organizations and feminist advocates for the internet in Eastern and Central Europe. www.witt-project.net is a website, providing strategic ICT information to all, and supporting, in a collective way, Central and Eastern European women in developing the web as an instrument in their social activism. WITT is committed to bringing women’s actions, activities and struggles into the spotlight, promoting the use of free software as a way to highlight women’s voices. 

Acknowledgements for contributors to WITT
Lin McDevitt-Pugh | 18 February 2005
 

WiTT Focal Points
Kristina Mihalec | 9 February 2005
An explaination of what WiTT Focal Points are, includ their responsibilities, tasks and contact information. 

Trainers’ Exchange Event: Skills Development Program
Natasa Stevanic | 8 February 2005
Skills Development Program is initiated for the purpose of personal development of women involved in WiTT development. It supports individual aspirations and interests of WiTT/ ENAWA trainers, which can benefit the whole team of trainers... 

International Objectives of WiTT
Kristina Mihalec | 7 February 2005
The broader picture of WiTT’s objectives 

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Function, Goals and Focus of WiTT
Kristina Mihalec | 5 December 2004

Roots of WITT
Kristina Mihalec | 4 December 2004


WITT FP Serbia training - Audio for Web

green bullet Mila&SeMra Record
green bullet Impressions from WITT Serbia Training
green bullet My First Audio

WITT bulletin

green bullet The 11th AWID International Forum on Women’s Rights and Development
green bullet November 19, Brussels: ADA Congress 2007, Empowering Youth and Women Towards ICT
green bullet February 8, 2008: Women in Open Source Conference
green bullet The Women’s Summit 2007: Putting Women at the Heart of Development
green bullet Freelance writers wanted for APCNews!

green bullet My Impressions from the AWID Forum 2005
green bullet ICT books and online materials for self-education for women
green bullet Invitation: Women and ICTs at the European Feminist Forum
green bullet Women and Free Software: are we strategic enough?
green bullet ICT Local Training In Macedonia, Report
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