2010 VOF Week 1
Web 2.0 is a way to link with people in different countries. That is the main thing which excites me the most. I can listen to stories of different people from different corner of the world.
Individually, we are one woman with one experience, one voice. Together, we are a force of nature, a voice of many who have countless experiences, viewpoints, ideas, and solutions.
Web 2.0 has the power to create a local and global social change for women.
Just today I updated my Facebook status with this question: ‘Can we change the world for real?’ I asked this to my 700 or so friends. About 3 of them responded affirmatively almost instantly.
Web 2.0 is the second generation of technology solution when interactive content is the norm, and it includes social networking sites, video sites, sharing sites and online communities sites, such as,
Increasing access to communication technology and new media provides us a historical opportunity to promote our voices, strengthen collaboration, ensure we are heard at the highest forums.
On the damp floor of a mud hut in rural West Africa, 40 km on a dirt road from the nearest phone, computer or radio tower, an 18 year old illiterate girl named Fatim is giving birth to her fifth child
We live in a virtual world. My organization Desiree Alliance, runs at the national level and virtual contact is a necessity.
I am an advocate for women’s empowerment in and through sport.