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Comment l’internet est-il utilisé pour améliorer la vie des gens? APC vous envoi des nouvelles, des ressources et des informations sur notre travail, deux fois par mois.

Everyone has rights, including online. APC documents trends, advocates for freedom of expression/information & trains human rights defenders to use the internet securely.

APC is working with partners to contribute to the effective, secure and safe use of the internet by women’s human rights defenders in their work.

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Violence is not our Culture Campaign  Women Human Rights Defenders International Coalition

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  • 11 October 2012

    An exceedingly sad, insensate and astounded feeling comes to mind while writing this piece about an innocent 14 year-old activist Malala Yousafzai shot in Swat, Pakistan earlier today. This young girl who exemplifies active participation in the Take Back the Tech! campaign in Pakistan.

  • 22 August 2012

    Today International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda announced the appointment of Brigid Inder as her Special Gender Advisor. With more than 25 years of experience working in the international justice, women’s human rights and health fields as a strategic leader, policy advisor and advocate for women’s human rights and gender equality, Ms. Inder will provide strategic advice to the Office of the Prosecutor on gender issues, including sexual and gender-...

  • 22 August 2012

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  • 10 May 2012

    In the edition, GenderIT ask three women human rights defendersi and co-authors of the country reports for Brazil, Ecuador, and the Philippines about the importance of the UPR for the rights and daily lives of women, the trends in exercising women’s and sexual rightsi online, and their tips on how women’s and sexual rights activists can support their advocacyi through the UPR process.

  • 11 April 2012

    This self-help manual written by Marina Bernal and others with the collaboration of Artemisa, Elige and CREA, proposes to feminist activists to undertake a journey of self-exploration in order to learn to build their own self-defense strategies. Deepening our self-knowledge will help us understand our limitations and strengths, what makes us strong and what makes us vulnerable. It will also help women human rights defenders to understand why they are victims of...

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