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ResourcesPublicationsWomen, Media and Technology

Women’s Rights Online; Translating Access into Empowerment

This report explores the real extent of that divide in nine cities across nine
developing countries, in order to gain a better understanding of the
empowering potential of ICTs as a weapon against poverty and gender
inequality, and the barriers that must be overcome to unlock it.

NetworkingWomen, Media and Technology

Women’s Rights Online Network

Tadwein for Gender Studies is a member of a multi-country network called “Women’s Rights Online”. Women’s Rights Online (WRO) is a research and advocacy network that aims to empower women through the web. The network is an initiative of the Web Foundation and currently comprises women’s rights and digital rights groups across 14 developing countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, working to bridge the gender gap in technology, data, and policymaking.

ProjectsWomen, Media and Technology

Women’s Rights Online

This project started in 2015, and the main objective is to find out the extent of the gender gap on the Internet, to reveal the uses of the Internet by Egyptian women, and to identify the obstacles and threats they face in accessing the Internet and social media.

The study was conducted in poor urban areas within Greater Cairo in Cairo Governorate (Helwan), Giza (6 October) and Qalyubia (Shubra El-Kheima), and the number of participants in the survey sample was 1000 participants (750 females and 250 males). The target age group in this study was from 18 to 60 years.

The results of the study were announced and its report was issued on December 6, 2015 in conjunction with the 16 Days Campaign Against Gender-Based Violence