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From promoting gender equality to empowering women: role of e-government in Asia and the Pacific (Paperback)United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs (author), United Nations Publications (editor), S. Revi Sterling (editor), Sonju Park (editor)
Paperback 171 Pages / Published: 30/11/2014
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The UNPOG research analysed the degree to which the e-government development in Asia and the Pacific contribute to promote gender equality, provide a toolkit to assess national e-government readiness for gender equality and women's empowerment, and generate an e-government readiness index for gender equality which provides a foundation for further data collection and research to include more gender-sensitive approach in e-government development and assessment. Its significance lies in being one of the first comparative, analytical attempts to discuss the gender equality and women's empowerment in relation to current e-government development. This Report is targeted for decision makers, government officials, representatives from the civil society and the private sector, as well as academia and international organisations around the world who are interested in gender equality and women's empowerment in relation to current e-government development. It also serves as a tool to assess and guide policies and strategies, suggesting steps to formulate a national action plan to carry out e-government initiatives for greater gender inclusion.
Publisher: United Nations
Number of pages: 171
Dimensions: 300 x 216 mm
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