Gender & ICTs
An invitation to talk about online safety to young women and girls on a radio show came…
There I was preparing to make myself heard,
There I was trying to think through what information I can share about women, VAW and ICT…
Then there I was, standing, listening, trying to understand what it is about ICT that I should know…
The language of violence against women and women’s righ
“Liberation from fear and bad attitude in relation to ICTs – information and communication technologies”, “a unique opportunity for empowerment seeking to overcome technological limitations”, “conviction that the amplification of horizons with regards to internet use is not a monster”, “the certainty that the internet will provide better service for the networks for protection of w
As part of APC WNSP´s MDG3 project “Take Back the Tech!
In 2008, APC member Women’sNet partnered with the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) and the APC women’s programme (APC WNSP) to bring the first Feminist Tech Exchange to South Africa.
This activity is co-organised with Cotidiano Mujer and Young Feminists’Network in the South Cone
“I think that although I have always been an optimist, in many ways I am a cynic as well :) .
From June 7 – 11, South Asian APC member Bytes for All will unite fellow APC members and women activists alike for a joint event, funded by the APC’s Member Exchange Fund. Representatives from several APC organisations will meet in Islamabad to attend a workshop on digital storytelling and learn how to Take Back the Tech! to end violence against women.
This was just the question that was addressed at a recent seminar at the University of Makerere in Uganda conducted as part of the country’s participation in APC’s Take Back the Tech! to end violence against women initiative which is taking place in twelve countries on of which is Uganda.