IKNOWInquiring Knowledge Networks on the Web (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
IKNOWInteractive Knowledge for Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
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By Zane Al-Kaisi AoWomen political leaders have risen to some of the most commanding positions in the world, having utilized the power of the media and new media to the advantage of their political message and interaction with their constituencies,Ao said HRH Princess Basma Bint Talal in her keynote address at the iKNOW Politics 2-day launch event of the Arabic language version of the online network.Under the topic AoThe role of Media and Technology in Increasing the Number of effectiveness of Women in PoliticsAo more than 150 women leaders, from the Middle East and North Africa attended the event, which is a joint partnership between International IDEA, Inter-Parliamentary Union, National Democratic Institute, UNDP and UNIFEM.