gender

The (mobile) games women play

India

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While I was growing up in the sleepy town of Pune, many teenage girls made the most of their first cell phones by sending coy, flirty texts to their boyfriends and making plans about which Café Coffee Day to hang out at afte

Finding solutions: Using ICTs to face the climate emergency

Daily reports keep coming out about the myriad ways in which our planet is changing. We are rapidly approaching the cap of 1.5 degrees Celsius agreed as the upper acceptable limit of global warming at the Paris talks in 2015.

Beyond the offline-online binary – why women need a new global social contract

Original artwork by Flavia FascendiniOriginal artwork by Flavia Fascendini The non-territorial, transborder Internet has overlaid layers of complexity to the human rights debate.

Big data and sexual surveillance

By Nicole Shephard (December 2016, APC )

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ESC rights, gender and internet: Learnings from the GISWatch report

Image depicts China’s popular vlogger Papi JiangImage depicts China’s popular vlogger Papi Jiang The Global Information Society Watch report last year (GISWatch) dealt explicitly with internet and sexual rights, and this year the report examines the “link between economic, social, cultural (ESC) rights and the

Overcoming gender-based digital exclusion in northern Nigeria: A strategy document

By Center for Information Technology and Development (December 2016, CITAD )

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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.

Gender and Internet Governance Exchange - Africa: Barriers to women’s participation on the internet evolve with increased "access"

Addis Ababa

In the opening session at this year’s Gender and Internet Governance Exchange (gigXAfrica), participants highlighted some key questions they had that they hoped would be answered during the exchange. One participant innocently asked: if the internet is free for all, how are women really marginalised in that space?

Global Information Society Watch 2013: Women's rights, gender and ICTs

By Various (December 2013, APC and Hivos )

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Landmark report on women’s rights on the internet

BUENOS AIRES 22 November 2012 (Dafne Sabanes Plou for APC WNSP)

Women may not have been an active part of policy-­making conversations when internet governance started, but the rapid pace of change online means they need to participate now to ensure that the future of the internet is shaped taking into account women’s rights. Read a report about “Women’s Rights on the Internet” on UNICEF’s The World We Want 2015 platform.

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