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Crossing borders : cyberspace and national security

BAKU 12 November 2012 (GenderIT)

GenderIT.org explores the online safety of women human rights defenders from the perspective of national security and counter-terrorism. Despite the fact that online and offline security measures adversely impact on women’s and sexual rights, women and sexual minorities are still two of the most invisible stakeholders in national security debates.

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Online censorship in South Africa: Protecting or policing?

The Spear is a painting that depicts the South African president Jacob Zuma in a rallying pose, with genitals exposed. It has caused controversy and been defaced. Images of the painting have gone viral on internet. In late May 2012, the South African Film and Publications Board classified the painting, as not suitable for people under the age of 16. But in a country where one in four women is raped, who is the ban supposed to protect?

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UPR of South Africa: Connecting the right to communication to women's rights

South Africa’s constitution guarantees freedom of expression and has been interpreted to include the right to community media and to creative journalistic content. However, online media and its regulation fall short.

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Gender Evaluation Methodology (GEM): new video and site launch

JOHANNESBURG 8 February 2012 (LC for APCNews)

The APC has been refining its Gender Evaluation Metholodolgy (GEM) since it was first elaborated in 2001. GEM can help you determine whether your project or initiative is really improving the lives of women and promoting positive change in the community you are working in.

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Strategic use of ICTs breaks the silence on violence against women and girls in Busia District.

Busia, Uganda

Like in many communities of Uganda wife battering, marital rape, denial of love, defilement, grabbing of widows properties, early and forced marriage, forced prostitution, defilement, sexual harassment, widow inheritance and other forms of violence against women (VAW) seem to be normal practices in the rural communities of Busia District.

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Internet governance issues on sexuality and women's rights

By APC WNSP (October 2010, GenderIT.org )

In preparation for the 2010 IGF, this briefing document highlights key issues on internet regulation that are relevant for gender equality and sexuality. It also brings to the debate findings from various research initiatives undertaken by APC and key partners, including a cross-country research initiative – EROTICS – that is being conducted in five countries: Brazil, India, Lebanon, South Africa and the United States.

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Concept note to Singrid Rausing Trust: Women Rights Program

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Concept note submitted to Singrid Rausing Trust Women Rights Programme.

Publication date: 
September 2010

GenARDIS Knowledge Sharing workshop

Date and time: 
Mar 24 2010 - Mar 27 2010

Venue

Country: 
South Africa
Related projects: 
GenARDIS

Organisers

apc_events: 
APC
Other- name of organisation: 
APC

The knowledge-sharing workshop will be a space to enable the 15 grantees to share outcomes as well as to discuss best practices and lessons learned. It will also be used to gather case studies and stories to feed into the ongoing programmes of partner institutions, as well as for GenARDIS’ own evaluation process.

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Location: 
Johannesburg (possibly Garden Place Guest House)

Concept to UNIFEM by APC and DNet

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This is a concept note submitted by APC and DNet to the UNIFEM Gender Equality Fund on 02 October 2009.

Publication date: 
October 2009

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