UNDAW

AcronymDefinition
UNDAWUnited Nations Division for the Advancement of Women
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The technology inherently makes possible flexibility in time and place that offers great possibilities for women in view of their multiple roles (UNDAW, 2002).
UNDAW (2002) Information and communication technologies and their impact on and use as an instrument for the advancement and empowerment of women.
Paper prepared for the United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (UNDAW) in collaboration with ECE and WHO, Expert Group Meeting, 'Violence Against Women: A Statistical Overview, Challenges and Gaps in Data Collection and Methodology and Approaches for Overcoming Them', Geneva: UN Division for the Advancement of Women (UNDAW), 11-14 April 2005.
New York, NY: United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (UNDAW).
The committee expresses open hostility to the free exercise of religion, reporting that "in all countries, the most significant factors inhibiting women's ability to participate in public life have been the cultural framework of values and religious beliefs" (UNDAW 1992).
"Jusqu'ici, les participants ont ete suffisamment sensibilises aux TIC dans la cadre du processus de formation", a dit une Consultante technique, Mme Jenny Radloff, evoquant les ateliers precedents sur les Mecanismes nationaux qui se sont deroules sous les auspices de UNDAW dans d'autres pays africains anglophones et francophones.
United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (2001) From Beijing to Beijing +5: Review and Appraisal of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action, New York: UNDAW