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EQUALS 2020 Access Learning Sessions

Practical Lessons and Solutions to Close the Digital Gender Gap

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Lead Partner

The EQUALS Access Coalition Learning Sessions aim to engage diverse stakeholders to discuss practical lessons and solutions to close the digital gender gap. These sessions will draw from research and real-world examples of best practice from different organisations that are driving initiatives to increase internet access and use among women.


These sessions will run as a series of webinars led by different EQUALS partners with recognised experience and expertise in the area of women’s digital inclusion. Each session will consist of a 30 minute webinar delivered via Zoom, including time for Q&A.


By completing this registration form, you will register for all seven sessions and will receive a join link for each. All webinars will be recorded for access at a later time and posted on this page, so be sure to bookmark it.


Session Dates and Topics

Each session will start at 14:00 BST and will last 30 minutes

13 August
Top 10 recommendations for reaching women with mobile across low- and middle-income countries

Dominica Lindsey

Senior Director

Connected Women

20 August
Girls Out Loud: providing a virtual safe space for girls 

Olga Acosta

Technology and Strategy

Plan International


Jennifer Delgado

Global Program Manager

Plan International

27 August
Women's digital inclusion in Bolivia: Challenges and opportunities

Claudia Cordero

Country Representative

Pro Mujer

3 September
Gender divide and internet access findings from nationally representative household surveys in Colombia, Ghana, Indonesia and Uganda

Chenai Chair

Gender and Digital Rights Research Manager

Web Foundation

10 September
Ensuring young women feel safe and included in online platforms
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Suzanne Newing

Project Officer & Gender Specialist

Digital Opportunity Trust South Africa

17 September
Advancing Women’s Digital Financial Inclusion: best practices and challenges of 5 leading MFIs in Latin America  
24 September
Digital livelihoods support and remote coaching with extremely poor and indigenous women

Atreyee Kar

Communications Officer


Nilanjan Chaudhuri

Manager (M&E)


Sushant Verma

Asia Regional Director

Trickle Up


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