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[COLUMN] Labour, sustainability, resilience: Gender, ICTs and climate change

Artwork courtesy of Flavia FascendiniArtwork courtesy of Flavia Fascendini_This article is part of a series of GenderIT.org columns. Four columnists, two in English and two in Spanish, will open up topics and themes that we want to learn more about.

Inside the Information Society: Internet governance needs African experience of African issues

London [17 October 2016]

AfriSIG 2016AfriSIG 2016 *_Each week David Souter comments on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society.

Inside the Information Society: Meeting the climate challenges of ICTs

London [10 October 2016]

*_Each week David Souter comments on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society.

eQualit.ie is hiring!

Canada

eQualit.ie is an organisation integrated by software developers and system engineers, cryptographers, security auditors, penetration testers, project managers, trainers, anthropologists, communicators and more!

Inside the Information Society: What is the impact of ICTs on climate change?

London [3 October 2016]

Albert K. Bates works on a Kaypro-10 computer from his home at The Farm in Summertown Tennessee, 1981. Source: Wikimedia CommonsAlbert K. Bates works on a Kaypro-10 computer from his home at The Farm in Summertown Tennessee, 1981. Source: Wikimedia Commons*_Each week David Souter comments on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society.

Opening plenary: Energy, song and feminist rituals to ward off evil

Costa de Sauípe, Bahia, Brazil

“We don’t like prisons but we don’t fear them.” – Yara Sallam, Egypt

The 13th AWID International Forum began on Thursday with an opening plenary to the tune of Bahian music, song and dance to honor Oxum, orisha of Brazilian hospitality, followed by inspiring presentations and questions posed by guest panelists on t

Inside the Information Society: Can privacy survive in the digital age?

London [26 September 2016]

Data privacy. Source: Wikimedia CommonsData privacy. Source: Wikimedia Commons*_Each week David Souter comments on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society.

The gender binary: Thank you!

Chennai, India

Pencil drawing by Living Smile Vidya, theatre actress and activist based in Chennai.Pencil drawing by Living Smile Vidya, theatre actress and activist based in Chennai.This is a thank you note. It is also a statement of purpose.

Let’s start, not in media res, but at the beginning.

I have been “online” – in as many senses of the word as is possible – since 1997-98.

Joining the dots: Gender, ICTs and climate change (1)

Australia

The climate crisis: Why women and women’s movements need to be up front

As I write this in mid-August 2016, Iranians are struggling to deal with temperatures reaching 60 degrees Celsius, while across the Middle East temperatures are reaching the point where scientists are saying climate change may severely impact the

See it, film it, change it: Training and supporting people using video for human rights

Argentina

_“In this age, when the mass media rest in fewer and fewer hands, we must have strong, vital, independent voices if we ever want to hear all the stories or seek justice.

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