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Technology-related violence against women – Recent legislative trends

By Carly Nyst for the End violence: Women's rights and safety online project (August 2014, APC )

This study seeks to explore recent legislative developments aimed at addressing and providing avenues of redress for technology-related violence against women. We explore the objectives, structure and application of four domestic legislative responses to different forms of violence against women, seeking to understand how domestic legislatures are responding to increasing awareness of violence against women online.

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End violence research: Case summaries from country reports

By APC (August 2014, APC )

The following case summaries are excerpted from “End violence against women: Country reports”, which involve seven countries and are part of research commissioned by the Association for Progressive Communications Women’s Rights Programme (APC WRP) beginning in 2013.

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Press brief: What are Facebook, Twitter, YouTube doing about violence against women?

By Take Back the Tech! (August 2014, APC )
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End violence project: Two years and going strong

26 July 2014 (FF and TB for APCNews)

The APC project “End violence: Women´s rights and safety online” is now into its third year and is proving to be a project worth being involved in. During its second year in 2013 alone, 1264 women leaders received training on mapping technology-related violence against women. Join us on this look through the most relevant achievements of the initiative in 2013.

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Take Back the Tech! survey for young people: Spread the word!

Can you imagine life without your mobile phone? Is hanging out online as important to you as going out with your friends? Then you’ve probably experienced, witnessed or heard about tech-related violence, from receiving annoying messages from strangers to being stalked or bullied on the internet.

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How funny is this, Facebook?

PERGAMINO 24 May 2013 (FF for APCNews)

“Take action to end gender-based violence on Facebook” is this campaign’s call that asks companies whose publicity appears on explicitly violent Facebook pages and profiles to help pressure the social networking platform to re-examine its response to violence against women and girls.

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Brazil: Special report "Women on the internet"

The Women of Expression theme for 2013 is Women and the Internet. The development of information and communication technologies in recent decades has revolutionized the way people communicate and express their ideas.

VAW that is committed, abetted or aggravated through the use of ICTs and in online spaces are part of the continuum of violence

Since 2006, cyberstalking, online harassment, image manipulation and privacy violations have increasingly become part of intimate-partner violence and sexual harassment, compromising women and girls’ safety online and offline in many countries.

Bytes for All receives Avon Global Communications Award for local Take Back the Tech! campaign

ISLAMABAD 8 March 2013 (Bytes for All)

The Take Back the Tech! local campaign developed by APC member Bytes for All, Pakistan won the “innovative campaign award” from the Avon Foundation. B4A says they will continue to work on strengthening women’s use of technology to raise awareness and combat violence against women in Pakistan.

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You are every women: A video on technology-related violence against women

6 March 2013 (Bytes for All)

This video was developed by Bytes for All Pakistan, a country partner in the Association for Progressive Communication’s project “End violence: Women’s rights and safety online.” “Don´t cover the crimes of your harassers and report them to bring a change” is the key message of this outstanding video.

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