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Digital Natives want to Take Back the Tech!

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Nighat wins!Nighat wins!Digital rights activist in Pakistan, Nighat Dad writes in her blog “I came to the first day of the workshop with my own ideas of what the term “Digital Natives” can mean.

CommunicationisYourRight.org Encourages People to Speak Up and Create Media About their Human Right to Communicate

USA

CommunicationisYourRight.org Encourages People to Speak Up and Create Media About their Human Right to Communicate.

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August 26, 2010
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Making radio spots: Tips from the Argentine Feminist Tech Exchange

Buenos Aires

The extremely cool Argentinian feminist radio network Nosotras En El Mundo trained 20 grassroots violence-against-women activists to make clips for radio to announce their VAW actions on local radios.

Paola and Soledad talked about the limitations radio has.

APC Annual Report 2009

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ICTs and violence against women: Reports from 12 countries tell it like it is

MONTEVIDEO 17 August 2010 (APC for APC)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jfraissi/4286109087 - John Fraissinethttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jfraissi/4286109087 – John FraissinetJust as women are disproportionately the victims of violence worldwide, the situation is just as bad online. The UN estimates that 95% of aggressive behaviour, harassment, abusive language and denigrating images in online spaces are aimed at women and come from partners or former male partners. Other surveys show that the victims of cyberstalking are predominantly female. As part of our Take Back the Tech! to end violence against women project, APC and partners have carried out studies of the current situation of violence against women and ICTs in twelve countries and how the legislation or lack of legislation connected to both hinders or helps women. Photo by “John Fraissinet”:http://www.flickr.com/photos/jfraissi/4286109087

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