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September 23rd - October 25th, 2002

Canadian women and women’s equality seeking organizations are invited to share their opinions, experience and knowledge of the internet.

Join the Consultation in any of 4 topic areas:


You are invited to participate in the WebBoard discussion at any time between September 23rd and October 25th, 2002.

E-Mail discussion lists on each of the 4 topics will be available from October 7th to 25th, 2002.

Does the internet silence women’s voices?

How easy is it for you to get online?

Do we need more women’s electronic networks?

Has the internet increased trafficking in women?

What is needed to advance women’s position in technology work?

Should you be able to talk direct to your MP online?

What’s it like to take a course online?

What forms does racism take online?

What effect is the internet having on women’s equality?

What’s the best thing about the internet?

Does the Canadian government website need a women’s gateway?

What are the internet accessibility issues?

What should Canada do about women and the internet?

To join in go to:


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No Computer? Join in from your public library or fax your views to: (613) 256-5202

This pan-Canadian event is part of the development of a united approach to the 2003 international discussions on Women and Information and Communications Technology, the UN Commission on the Status of Women and the World Summit on the Information Society.

Please feel free to forward this invitation on your networks.