Technology for development


One of the main goals for developed countries is increased the number of companies and users in the network economy. Perhaps, some countries would not confront issues provoked by the digital divide but it is impossible to deny that this characteristic differs in every nation and it is common observe the negative effects on different groups as poor, elder people or women. Beyond the efforts from governments and many international and local organisations; we could not ignore the fact that the main issue is related to the education system, which had not defined the best process in its quest to increase the number of female students interested in maths, science and technology. Perhaps, we are living in a world where rules have been defined by masculine understanding of things since the beginning of our civilization,which endured the gender bias in tech field as it does in many others, from political…

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Journalist. Student of Global Media Communication. Interested in Politics, Economy, Social Media, Technology. Feminist. Like walking, talking and swimming.

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