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Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the UN: e-seminar on Exploring the Gender Digital Divides



The year 2020 marks a special anniversary for the United Nations: 75 years from the signing of the UN Charter in San Francisco. To celebrate this anniversary, the United Nations University in Macau will be hosting a UN Day Open House. This event is aimed at local students and educators and most of the planned activities will take place offline (in the stunning UNU Macau's building illustrated above).


The UN Day Open House is organized in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations. The year 2020 reminds us that we only have 10 years left to collectively accelerate sustainable solutions to all the world’ s biggest challenges. UNU Macau joins the Decade of Action to deliver on that ambition and have been targeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through our various ICT for Development projects. For the first time, we will be opening our heritage building, Casa Silva Mendes, to the Macau public for an afternoon of interactive activities and workshops on the Sustainable Development Goals. 

On the day, the event participants will be provided with an opportunity to learn about the different areas of ICT for development resaerch from the top UNU's expertes in the field (see the agenda below).


As I'm still unable to travel to Macau due to the COVID19 restrictions, I will be participating in the event online. On the day, I will be delivering a 30 minutes interactive seminar on the topic of gender digital inclusion (which is also the key area of my research at the UNU Macau).


Really looking forward to learning from the event participants on the day and celebrating the UN's anniversary.


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Dr Alicja Pawluczuk

Alicja’s research, art and community education practice focuses on digital inclusion and education, gender digital divide and feminism. She is a founding director of the digital inclusion and digital storytelling collective Digital Beez. Through the use of participatory, critical and multidisciplinary approaches, she aims to examine the power dynamics associated with the digital and data divides.

Alicja’s digital inclusion practice is rooted in the areas of democratic education and community development. She has extensive experience in digital inclusion community projects design, facilitation, and evaluation. Both her community engagement practice and her research are characterised by the use of experimental and interactive methodologies. Over the last 10 years, her work has been responding and changing in accordance with the contexts of digitalization of society. Alicja has a track record of peer-reviewed publications and cross-disciplinary public engagement activities. Both her research and practice are characterised with the use of experimental and creative methods. She has managed and contributed to digital literacy and digital inclusion and learning projects with the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and Erasmus.

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