gender and ICTs

Voices from digital spaces: Technology-related violence against women

By APC WNSP (November 2011, APC )
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Voices from digital spaces: Technology-related violence against women (Executive Summary)

By APC WNSP (November 2011, APC )

Drawing on findings from APC’s MDG3: Take Back the Tech!i project with women’s rights organisations in twelve countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, this paper explores the links between the internet, cell phones and violence against women and illustrates that technology related violence impacts women as seriously as other forms of violence.

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Why the internet is feminist issue

ISTANBUL 17 April 2012 (APC WNSP for APC)

The internet allows women to access critical information, enables them to make decisions about their selves, lives and bodies, and to exercise autonomy and self-determination. Follow the APC WNSP and @genderITorg at the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) forum in Istanbul: #ftxawid to learn more about how the internet is a feminist issue.

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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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Hot issues on gender and the Internet Governance Forum: Newsletter out!

RIO DE JANEIRO 18 October 2011 (GenderIT.org for APCNews)

Gender Centred, the GenderIT.org thematic bulletin from APC Women, focuses on topical gender and ICT policy themes. Our last newsletter edition highlights the gender peripheries of the Sixth Internet Governance Forum that took place in Nairobi, Kenya from 27-30 September 2011.

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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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Gender studies centre and women’s rights guide book launched in Cambodia

PHNOM PENH 28 March 2011 (KB for APCNews)

An unprecedented achievement for the study and prevention of further violence against women in Cambodia was announced last month with the opening of a Women and Gender Studies Centre in the capital city Phnom Penh.

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First online petition by Pakistan development sector: Lobbies govt on violence against women

14 February 2011 (KB for APCNews)

Keyboard in action

Women survivors of domestic violence in Pakistan have long endured twofold abuse – not only at home but by a government that does not protect them. In 2009 there was hope the government would step up to protect women from domestic violence – the National Assembly passed the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Bill, but the bill expired after the Senate failed to pass it. However, a Pakistani women’s rights organisation is working to reintroduce the bill in parliament – through the use of information and communication technology, and after training from APC.

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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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