In preparation for the March 2023 Commission on the Status of Women session, the US Women’s Caucus compiled a concise statement based on the Gender and Technology Briefs, that guided our advocacy work at CSW.


From March 6-17, 2023, the UN Commission on the Status of Women held its 67th session with the priority theme, “Innovation and technological change, and education in the digital age for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls.” The US Women’s Caucus prepared a series of Gender and Technology Briefs to research the theme, make recommendations, and provide an educational resource for the global women’s community.

The Intersection of Gender, Technology and Environment

Gender, Rurality, and Technology

Technology and Health for Women

The Intersection of Technology with Violence Against Women and Girls

The Intersection of Gender, Education and Technology

The Gender Digital Divide: Economic Access and Employment for Women

Women Leading Technology: Building Pipelines to High Decision Making

Check out our Fast Facts

Fast Facts #1 – Gender Divide and Technology

Fast Fact # 2 Promoting Women’s Leadership in Technology

Fast Facts #3 Intersection of Technology and Violence against Women and Girls

Fast Facts #4 Gender, Technology and the Environment

Fast Facts # 5 Economic Access and Employment

Fast Facts #6 Gender, rurality, and Technology

The presenters at our two CSW 67 panels gave rich and inspiring talks.  Here are the minutes and a slide presentation.

The Digital Divide: Native American Women and Girls. Carmela M. Roybal Ph.D.

The Gender Digital Divide in the US: Problems, Promises, Progress

CSW 67 In-Person Meeting with Dr. Susan O’Malley