VAW

Culture is no excuse for violence:Take Back the Tech! partners with Violence is Not Our Culture

KUALA LUMPUR 28 November 2010 (Violence is Not Our Culture for APC WNSP)

Take Back The Tech! partners with the “Violence is Not our Culture” global campaign to mark this year’s International Day on Women Human Rights Defenders and the 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women (VAW) . On 29 November 2010, we join hands in solidarity and call for all of our campaigners and allies in different parts of the world to support the work of women human rights defenders in demanding an end to violence against women justified in the name of “culture”, “religion” or “tradition”.

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How Technology is Being Used to Perpetrate Violence Against Women – And to Fight it

By APC (November 2010, APC )

This briefing relies on new research into how new technologies are being used by abusers and by women fighting back. The cases were uncovered in research commissioned by the APC in 12 developing countries.

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Violence against women and ICTs: Reports from 10 countries

By APC (May 2010, GenderIT )
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VAW meeting in Pakistan

VAW meeting in Pakistan

Inclusive Pakistani ICT policy process urged to combat violence against women in cyberspace

LAHORE 1 February 2010 (BytesForAll )

With the goal to create awareness about Information and Communication Technologies and Violence Against Women in cyber space, and the implications of various government policies on women, a seminar titled “ICTs and Violence Against Women – Policy Implications” was jointly organized by Bytes for All (B4A) and the Pakistan Software Houses Association for IT & ITES (P@SHA) on 30 January 2010 in Lahore. The event attracted about 85 representatives from legal community belonging to different law chambers, some human rights activists, media, academia and concerned citizens.

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R U Ready 2 Talk? Keep your chats exactly that! New Campaign for South African girls

JOHANNESBURG 28 May 2009 (Women'sNet)

Is the cellular phone a tool for oppression or empowerment? An innovative new campaign by Girl’sNet, a daughter project of Women’sNet aims to ensure that the cell phones are are used to empower young South African women through positive self-expression.

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