Gender & ICTs

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APC’s “Take Back the Tech!

Take Back the Tech! campaign starts targeting Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

21 July 2014
21 July 2014 (Take Back the Tech!) -

PRESS STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

What are you doing about violence against women? That’s what we are asking Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Bridging the gender digital divide from a human rights perspective

GENEVA 22 March 2017 (APC for APCNews)

In this submission to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, APC explores the human rights implications of the gender digital divide for women and girls and offers possible solutions to bridging the divide from a human rights perspective, highlighting APC’s work in this area.

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Educating, hiring and retaining women in technology: A gendered enquiry

India

In India, there are gender barriers that uniquely prevent women from accessing technology right from an early age. From an intersectional perspective, such gender barriers overlap with economic, cultural, and class barriers for women from marginalised backgrounds.

Unscripting harassment (Part 2)

“The architectures of online harassment” was the first in a two-part post that described the context and motivations of Tactical Tech’s work addressing the problem of online harassment through the lens of interface design.

What is sexual surveillance and why does it matter

Sexual surveillance, you may have guessed, cannot simply be reduced to a distinct instance where x happens to y (f.ex. where men surveil women).

A woman coder's journey (Women-in-tech)

Judith Owigar is a coder, a blogger and a tech enthusiast. She has worked with Akirachix, a revolution for African women and technology.

Sexual expression: Breaking down the barriers

This piece was motivated by an amazing session on Sex and Freedom of Expression Online (transcript and “video”:https://www.youtub

New GenderIT.org edition: Gender, Labour, Technology

1 March 2017 (GenderIT.org)

This GenderIT.org edition examines how gendered labour is embedded in the making of digital devices in the hardware industries spread across Asia, and how inequities of gender and other dynamics of caste, race, ethnicity continue to play a role in allegedly emancipated corporate spaces across the globe. As we further delve into looking at gendered labour, we realise it is not absence but invisibilising of labour, and even further that it is often extraction and exploitation.

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