[kictanet] Round table on 'Inclusion in the network society –

Nebila Abdulmelik communication at femnet.or.ke
Thu Jun 5 09:16:01 EAT 2014


Round table on 'Inclusion in the network society – mapping development
alternatives, forging research agendas'
<http://www.itforchange.net/Roundtable%20on%20%27Inclusion%20in%20the%20network%20society%27>
2014
Type of resource:
 Proposals

IT for Change and IDRC are co-organising a Round Table on 'Inclusion in the
network society – mapping development alternatives, forging research
agendas' in September 2014 in Bangalore, India. The round table will bring
together around 25 participants – leading scholars, development
practitioners and thinkers, who are interested in the theoretical and
policy aspects of equity, inclusion and participation in the 'ICTs and
development' domain.

Further, the Round Table seeks to introduce young development researchers
and practitioners to the broader debate on inclusion in the network age,
through this Open Call for Abstracts
<http://www.itforchange.net/sites/default/files/ITfC/Call%20for%20Abstracts.pdf>.
There is a limited number of travel fellowships for authors of selected
full-length essays, to participate in the round table.

For further information, please read the Call for Abstracts
<http://www.itforchange.net/sites/default/files/ITfC/Call%20for%20Abstracts.pdf>
 and Concept Note
<http://www.itforchange.net/sites/default/files/ITfC/Concept%20Note.pdf>.

Kind regards,

*Nebila Abdulmelik*

Head of Communications/Chargée de la Communication
African Women's Development and Communication Network (FEMNET)
Réseau de Développement et de Communication des Femmes Africaines

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