Digital Storytelling: Animating Personal and Political Narratives


As I walked into the conference room at YMCA, Mumbai to attend the Digital Storytelling Workshop, I realised I was one among fifteen participants who were excited, curious and eager to embark on the five-day journey.

#NETmundial officially kicks off

A selection of tweets from the first official day.


First impressions of #NETmundial

Civil society representatives are gathered together to coordinate their strategy towards NETmundial.


Conversation with Maureen James, Funding and Strategy Specialist at IFEX

Port Dickson

Maureen James is Funding and Strategy Specialist at the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) where she has been mobilising funds to support implementation of IFEX programmes and projects since 2003.

Time to come out!: Pioneering women in history of technology


Many of our public spaces have been designed predominantly by men, and this includes online spaces. But many women have also led the way – creating innovative tools, connecting us to digital spaces and speaking out when we’re not included.

What does it take to create a feminist internet?



Panel on “Power, Politics and Agency” to #imagineafeministinternet


During the first day of the Global Meeting on Gender, Sexuality and the Internet which ocurred in Port Dickson, Malaysia, to explore the collective understanding of what a feminist internet looks like, a panel on “Power, politics and agency” took place with the participation of Chat Garcia Ramilo from the Philippines, Joy

Sex and the internet: Intersectionality in internet rights


Why are internet rights important to sexual rights activists and why are sexual rights important to internet rights activists?

Sexuality, feminism, activism and the internet we dream of


“What is the internet we dreamed of?” was the main question raised during the first day of the Global Meeting on Gender, Sexuality and the Internet which is taking place in Port Dickson, Malaysia, until 17 April, to explore and develop a collective u

Online surveillance and censorship in Sudan



In Sudan there are four licensed telecommunications companies – Sudani, Zain, MTN and Canar ‒ which provide both internet and mobile phone services. Zain, MTN and Canar are foreign-owned companies, while the government owns 22% percent of Sudani shares and the rest are owned by private investors.

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