[IGFmaglist] IGF Gender Report Card 2015 - final

Renata Aquino Ribeiro raquino at gmail.com
Thu May 12 17:54:02 EDT 2016


Hi

Alejandra, great work with IGF UY I am already helping publicize it.
And have it already start with info on gender balance is awesome.

Best,

Renata


On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 5:09 PM, Alejandra Erramuspe
<alejandra.erramuspe at agesic.gub.uy> wrote:
> Hello!
>
> I promise to send you this information about the 1st National IGF in
> Uruguay, will take place next tuesday, May 17th.
>
> best,
>
>
>
> Alejandra Erramuspe
> Comunicación Institucional
> AGESIC
> Liniers 1324 Piso 3
> Torre Ejecutiva
> Tel.: 2901 2929 int. 8591
> Montevideo - Uruguay
>
> ________________________________
> De: "Marilyn Cade" <marilynscade at hotmail.com>
> Para: "Jac sm Kee" <jac at apcwomen.org>, "Renata Aquino Ribeiro"
> <raquino at gmail.com>, "Wisdom Donkor" <wisdom.dk at gmail.com>
> CC: "Igfmaglist at intgovforum.org" <igfmaglist at intgovforum.org>
> Enviados: Martes, 19 de Abril 2016 9:41:52
> Asunto: Re: [IGFmaglist] IGF Gender Report Card 2015 - final
>
>
> I was struck by also the interest that the NRIs evidenced in 2015, to
> include gender participation in their survey.   Among other suggestions for
> improvements for the NRIs was to have a standardized registration process
> for their event, which gathered this information, along with other
> information, and made it available for their required report. I believe that
> there is also strong interest in the NRIs to strengthen the engagement of
> women at all levels in the planning, organizing, presenting, etc.  However,
> I will focus on something that is a barrier.
>
> Funding.
>
> If funding is available for more participants, we can grow the 'pie', so to
> speak, not deny participation to men, or women. [I include youth of both
> genders in this broad statement].
>
> BUT, if there are only a few 'seats' so to speak, we have to understand that
> there are challenges to have more gender diversity. Thus, I love the idea of
> posting the report card, but also working collaboratively to find more
> funding for participation support.  So, we can also build out the contact
> list of possible participants, as well as speakers, but also understand that
> sometimes it takes a year or two to find one's space. We should strive to
> support participants, as well as speakers.
>
> M
>
>
>
> To: raquino at gmail.com; wisdom.dk at gmail.com
> From: jac at apcwomen.org
> Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2016 19:04:47 +0800
> Subject: Re: [IGFmaglist] IGF Gender Report Card 2015 - final
> CC: Igfmaglist at intgovforum.org
>
> Hi all,
>
> I apologise for multiple emails from me on this thread on the same day.
> Realised I missed some points.
>
> Renata, the idea of a graphic visualisation is great! We have changed
> what we measured from year to year though, as an improvement to the
> process, but some things are standard. We tried to do a comparative in
> 2015, but was a bit too difficult to. Maybe you can also provide some
> thoughts and guidance on this.
>
> Here are the reports from previous years:
> * 2012:
> http://www.genderit.org/articles/results-gender-report-card-2012-igf-more-women-make-huge-difference
> * 2013:
> http://www.genderit.org/sites/default/upload/igf2013genderreportv1.pdf
> * An article looking at comparison between both years:
> http://www.genderit.org/feminist-talk/moderate-progress-gender-parity-and-inclusion-igf-between-2012-2013
> * 2014:
> http://www.genderit.org/resources/internet-governance-forum-2014-results-gender-report-card
>
> We're in the midst of writing an article for the 2015 findings.
>
> And also think the idea of widening the pool for funding to support more
> women and also other under-represented groups, evinced through
> monitoring work, is a fantastic one. The gender DC tried to come up with
> a list of women speakers and resource persons who could speak on a range
> of thematic issues, in particular, from a gendered perspective, but not
> sure if this was sustained. But could be useful from a mentoring
> perspective as well, as you mentioned Marilyn.
>
> Chengetai, let us know how we can support sharing the findings on the
> IGF site.
>
> Thanks again!
>
> Best,
> jac
>
>
> ---------------------------------
> Jac sm Kee
> Manager, Women's Rights Programme
> Association for Progressive Communications
> www.apc.org | www.takebackthetech.net | erotics.apc.org
> Jitsi: jacsmk | Skype: jacsmk | Twitter: @jhybe
>
> On 14/04/2016 07:57, Renata Aquino Ribeiro wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> Jac, this is great work.
>> I hope it can be made available in the IGF site.
>>
>> I also agree w/ Wisdom about funding support to increase women
>> participation. I'd stress that it be directed to women presenting
>> workshops or panels. Or at least put in evidence that diversity is an
>> important theme at the IGF and that women or genderfluid participants
>> have a safe space in this forum.
>>
>> Is there any idea of these numbers in time? How much has the
>> participation increased in 2015 as opposed to the other editions? Could
>> we maybe work on graphic visualization of such important data?
>>
>> Best,
>>
>> Renata
>>
>> Em 13/04/2016 16:19, "Wisdom Donkor" <wisdom.dk at gmail.com
>> <mailto:wisdom.dk at gmail.com>> escreveu:
>>
>>     Jac reading your summery report, I believe one issue that could be
>>     discussed and considered by MAG is to work out a funding mechanism
>>     solely dedicated to funding women to IGF events.
>>
>>     I believe every human being on earth is mothered by a woman and as
>>     such funding women to IG event will be beneficial to society. If
>>     really we will want to breach or break the poverty chain, human
>>     right issues, etc in the developing world then i think women should
>>     be placed at the fore front of development.
>>
>>     Women are influential to the society, their partners, children,
>>     relatives and those in authority, In this case i think empowering
>>     women through internet governance will help to a large extend in
>>     breaching the digital divide gap most especial in the developing
>>     countries.
>>
>>     LACK OF INFORMATION THE PEOPLE PERISH
>>     we dont want our women perish but want them informed and help in the
>>     developmental agenda.
>>
>>     Hope we discuss this futher.
>>
>>
>>     Cheers
>>
>>
>>      .
>>
>>     *WISDOM DONKOR (S/N Eng.)*
>>     ICANN Fellow / ISOC Member, IGF Member, Diplo Foundation
>>     OGP Working Group Member, Africa OD Working Group Member
>>     E-government and Open Government Data Platforms Specialist
>>     National Information Technology Agency (NITA)
>>     Ghana Open Data Initiative (GODI)
>>     Post Office Box CT. 2439, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana
>>     Tel; +233 20 812881
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>>
>>     On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 6:08 PM, Jac sm Kee <jac at apcwomen.org
>>     <mailto:jac at apcwomen.org>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>         Dear all,
>>
>>         Sharing the IGF 2015 Gender Report Card findings. Much thanks to
>> the
>>         Secretariat for including this as part of the formal report
>>         back, which
>>         has translated into real results: twice the number of reports
>>         filled in
>>         compared to 2014, with a total of 107 workshops!
>>
>>         Some interesting findings:
>>         * 79 workshops recorded that gender was a relevant aspect of their
>>         discussion
>>         * There is a fairly high number of women panelists (274 in total).
>>         However, this only made up 37% of the total panelists.
>>         * 59 out of 87 workshops (about 2/3) reported that women
>>         accounted for
>>         about half of the participants, although there was one that
>>         reported no
>>         women participants at all (which is a little surprising!)
>>
>>         Will leave it to you to read the rest. But it's definitely showing
>>         improvements in IGF's work in integrating gender both in terms of
>>         participation and content. So bravo to all :)
>>
>>         Chengetai, can this be published in the IGF website as part of the
>>         report for last year?
>>
>>         Best,
>>         jac
>>
>>
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