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FeministInternet.net is here!

31 August 2016 (APC for APCNews)

Version 2.0 of the Feminist Principles of the Internet is already out, and it has a new online platform that allows you to contribute to the collective construction of the Principles. Visit FeministInternet.org and help us shape the internet we want!

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Inside the Information Society: What about the workers?

London [6 September 2016]

From: Women Working In Industry, Department of Labor. Women's Bureau. (Flickr Commons)From: Women Working In Industry, Department of Labor. Women’s Bureau. (Flickr Commons) *_David Souter’s weekly blog for APC about the Information Society returns today from its summer/winter break.

The Feminist Internet Exchange at the 13th AWID International Forum

19 August 2016 (AWID)

From 8 to 11 September, in Costa do Saruípe, Brazil, we will hold a space that puts feminism – in all of its diversity and creativity – at the heart of engagement with technology, bringing together activists, researchers and techies working on advancing a feminist internet. You’ll get new ideas, inspiration and maybe even potential collaboration!

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Feminist Principles of the Internet - Version 2.0

(August 2016, APC WRP )

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Interview with Anja Kovacs, Internet Democracy Project, at World Forum on Free Media

Canada

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Inside the Information Society: ‘Information for all’ and the power of intermediaries

London [8 August 2016]

Each week, David Souter comments on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society. This week’s blog is about the growing role of intermediaries in information access.

The Internet, we all agree, has transformed access to information.

Not just a thematic area: Sexual rights, gender, health and rights of defenders at the United Nations HRC 2016

1 August 2016 (Namita Aavriti and Jan Moolman for GenderIT.org)

Pluses were the 32nd session of HRC acknowledging that women face multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination, online violence got a mention and so did indigenous women human rights defenders. Negatives were how far is all this from the realities of sexuality and gender based discrimination and violence.

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Inside the Information Society: How the digital divide has changed

London [1 August 2016]

Source: Ministerio TIC Colombia, used under Creative Commons licenseSource: Ministerio TIC Colombia, used under Creative Commons license*_Each week, David Souter comments on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society.

How will candidates advance internet rights at the Human Rights Council?

New York

In an effort to bring a degree of transparency to elections for the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), Amnesty International, the International Service for Human Rights and the Permanent Mission of Panama to the United Nations hosted “an event at UN headquarters”:

Inside the Information Society: Mapping Internet governance

London [25 July 2016]

Each week, David Souter comments on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society. This week’s blog looks at how to map the Internet governance landscape, which grows more complex almost by the day.

Internet governance is a lot more complicated than it used to be.

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