A feminist internet

Facebook and privacy in the post-Roe era
Facebook and privacy in the post-Roe era 13 September 2022 Verónica Ferrari

The security and privacy practices of technology companies such as Facebook have once again come under fire from organisations that denounce these companies’ failure to meet international standards for the protection of human rights.

Towards a new feminist principle of the internet on the environment: Two new publications now available in English
Towards a new feminist principle of the internet on the environment: Two new publications now available in English 02 September 2022 Jennifer Radloff

In July 2019, 26 women from diverse backgrounds met together in Chiapas, Mexico for three days in a hackfeminist meeting on technology and affections to imagine a principle for a feminist internet that centred care for the body, the self and the land.

Job call: Africa Regional Strategy Lead
Job call: Africa Regional Strategy Lead 02 September 2022 APCNews

We are looking for an Africa Regional Strategy Lead to join our virtual office and team. Deadline for applications is 1 October 2022. Join us!

New GenderIT.org edition: Hacking hate
New GenderIT.org edition: Hacking hate 17 June 2022 various contributors for GenderIT.org

Governments and technology companies profit politically and economically from the vitriol, violence and attention that hate speech attracts. So people, and especially women and LGBTIQ+ people, have evolved responses and ways of hacking hate, through various means and forms.

Feminist by design and designed by diverse feminists
Feminist by design and designed by diverse feminists 13 June 2022 Bruna Zanolli and Débora Prado [1]

The project envisages the implementation of a Wi-Fi community network in quilombo Ribeirão Grande/Terra Seca by actively encouraging the involvement of the entire region in multiple workshops and knowledge exchanges. In this article, we focus on the gendered and racial aspects of our journey.

Feminist design practices
Feminist design practices 31 May 2022 Akash Sheshadri and Ambika Tandon [1]

Design justice principles call for the process and end result of design to challenge the matrix of domination through practices such as centring the voices of marginalised communities and using collaborative processes to sustain and empower those communities.

Feminist by Design: COVID-19, homophobia and the Bolsonarista vernacular
Feminist by Design: COVID-19, homophobia and the Bolsonarista vernacular 07 May 2022

After the election of Jair Bolsonaro as president, Brazilian social media became an increasingly fertile ground for the exercise of public violence. This article focuses on two episodes that illustrate social media engagement with homophobic hate speech uttered by or attributed to Bolsonaro.

Feminist by Design: Feminist internet research is messy
Feminist by Design: Feminist internet research is messy 06 May 2022 Nyx McLean

Feminist internet research is messy and conducting meta-research on feminist internet research is even messier. This critically reflective article argues that the messiness of research is not something to shy away from but rather to embrace.

Feminist by Design: How to build a feminist internet and why it matters
Feminist by Design: How to build a feminist internet and why it matters 05 May 2022 Namita Aavriti Malhotra, Tigist Shewarega Hussen and Mariana Fossatti

"Feminist by Design", an edition of the APRIA journal, is ambitious in its title and aims. It showcases research journeys, findings and feminist intentions, bringing together a diverse group of researchers from around the world who were part of the Feminist Internet Research Network.

Our Voices, Our Futures
Our Voices, Our Futures 04 May 2022

Our Voices, Our Futures is a global South-led consortium, comprising CREA, APC, UHAI -The East African Sexual Health and Rights Initiative and WO=MEN, complemented by strategic partner IM-Defensoras. This initiative will amplify voices and increase visibility of structurally silenced women in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Lebanon, Sudan and Uganda, so they can take their rightfu...

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