Web Links: Women's Issues

 

The Center for Women and Information Technology: embraces a three-fold mission: "... to encourage more women and girls to prepare for careers and become leaders in information technology; to communicate information related to the richness and breadth of women's life's, concerns, and possibilities using technology; to foster research concerning gender and information technology..." (01-05-05)

Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues: "Women's Policy, Inc. (WPI) [the page's sponsor] champions the interests of women throughout the country on the most significant social, economic, and health issues across the public policy spectrum."  A look at political efforts on issues relating to or affecting women.  The WPI page link is in alphabetical order below.  (01-05-05)

RefDesk.com Facts Encyclopedia: Women's Issues: "Refdesk aims to index, review, and publish quality, credible information-based Web sites and to assist readers in navigating and extracting needed data from these sites. Since 1995, Refdesk free and family friendly." (01-05-05)

U. S. Department of State - Office of International Women's Issues: "The United States is deeply committed to addressing issues that are important to American women and women throughout the world. Promoting women's political and economic participation is an important element of U.S. foreign policy. " (01-05-05)

 

Women's Policy, Inc.: "WPI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose sole focus is to help ensure that the most informed decisions on key women's issues are made by policymakers at the federal, state, and local levels. Audiences include elected officials, regulators, women's groups, labor groups, academia, the business community, the media, and the general public."  from their Welcome Page (01-05-05)

Women's Resources at Freeality.com Lots of good links (and some perhaps marginal) for women.  As with all Freeality sites expect much advertising.

Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource Sites: "a selective, annotated, highly acclaimed listing of web sites containing resources and information about women's studies / women's issues, with an emphasis on sites of particular use to an academic women's studies program." (01-05-05)