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Background

Wikigender University aims to:

  • Actively engage students in the development of this gender equality platform
  • Bring together a range of universities to foster networking possibilities among students and academics, thereby extending the network of Wikigender users
  • Enhance opportunities for building capacity in gender research, information sharing, social networking, IT and editorial skills.

American University of Paris 2010 contributions

Over the summer of 2010, AUP students contributed a broad range of articles to the Wikigender site. These articles ranged in theme from gender equality and issues in education, technology, health, and notable gender equality advocates. In addition to the original articles listed below, these students edited hundreds of other articles during their time as content editors.

Student author profiles

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Student author contributions:

Noteworthy individuals:

Social and health issues:

Organizations and initiatives:

Technology and media:

Employment:

Education:

Law:

Events/conferences


American University of Paris 2011 contributions

Over the summer of 2011, articles from the AUP students ranged in theme from gender equality and issues in education, technology, health, and notable gender equality advocates. In addition to the original articles listed below, these students edited hundreds of other articles during their time as content editors.

Student author profiles

Click user profiles for information on the authors:

Student author contributions:



Author Comments on the Programme

"Wikigender is an interactive platform that raises awareness for gender equality and its development through analytical articles.

My focus was on Eastern European countries, but through the teamwork with other multicultural students I was able to enlarge my horizon on global progress.

It was an effective and fun learning process whereby we were all keen to share our knowledge with Wikigender's increasing audience.".
Evgeniya Zabolotnyaya



"Undoubtedly the highlight of Wikigender University was the opportunity to work alongside OECD professionals in fields of gender and development.".
Eilean Ellison


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