WEBINAR SERIES: Gender and Digital Health
Join us for an exciting monthly webinar series that explores digital access, its implications and impact of digital access for issues of gender, health and economic empowerment.Sign up for session two
Technology opens up a powerful new world of possibility in communication for development – but it also creates new societal divides, particularly when it comes to gender.
Our work and our research examines the implications of these gaps, the barriers to women’s digital and social media access, how to overcome these, and how to improve digital literacy.
Join us for an exciting monthly webinar series that explores digital access, its implications and impact of digital access for issues of gender, health and economic empowerment.
The next webinar take place on Thursday 4 March.
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The Gender and Digital Health Webinar Series is a platform to foster new partnerships and co-create knowledge on the gendered dimensions of digital technologies for health, with a focus on translation of evidence to policy and practice-based learning in low and middle-income countries. The series is organised by a consortium between UNU IIGH, The University of Cape Town and BBC Media Action.