Gender & ICTs

Virtual world, real dangers

The Express Tribune, Pakistan
Virtual world, real dangers
06 September 2011

Breaking the silence

Newsline Magazine, Pakistan
Breaking the silence
06 September 2011

APC publishes breakthrough exploratory research study on sex, rights and the internet

MONTEVIDEO 11 August 2011 (APC for APC)

Over the past three years APC carried out an exploratory research in five countries from different continents on the internet’s role in accessing information about sex education, health, fighting sex discrimination and defining one’s own sexuality. The new report debunks the commonly-held view that sexuality online is just about pornography.

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EROTICS: Sex, rights and the internet (An exploratory research study)

11 August 2011
MONTEVIDEO 11 August 2011 ((APC)) -

Carried out in Brazil, India, Lebanon, South Africa & USA the research looks at how the internet plays host to critical information about sex education, health, fighting sex discrimination and defining one’s own sexuality. It debunks the commonly-held view that sexuality online is just about pornography.

EROTICS: Sex, rights and the internet (An exploratory research study)

By APC (July 2011, APC )

This breakthrough study carried out in Brazil, India, Lebanon, South Africa & USA looks at how the internet plays host to critical information about sex education, health, fighting sex discrimination and defining one’s own sexuality. It debunks the commonly-held view that sexuality online is just about pornography.

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Armenian women's rights group hosts flash mob

The women’s rights NGO, “Society Without Violence”, will be hosting a flash mob on July 27th in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.

You know, in case you’re passing through.

Society Without Violence is part of a network of NGOs in the caucasus advocating greater aw

Most influential Twitterati in Pakistan include 5 working to end violence against women

MONTEVIDEO 22 July 2011 (APC for APCNews)


The Express Tribune has named 5 Take Back the Tech! campaigners as among the most influential “Twitterati” in Pakistan. Thanks to the MDG3 funding, these women are using ICTs to raise the visibility of violence against women on and offline.

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