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MDG3 Take Back the Tech! Fund
MDG3 Take Back the Tech! Fund 13 October 2010

The Take Back the Tech! Fund which is providing small grants of up to USD 5000 USD each to over sixty local, primarily community based organisations to implement projects that use ICTs to end violence against women and building their capacity to do so.

Take Back the Tech! grows louder through local campaigns in 2009
Take Back the Tech! grows louder through local campaigns in 2009 11 February 2010 ES

From 25 November to 10 December, the message came across loud and clear – whether it was via audiocast in Malaysia, chat relay in Brazil, protest march in Second Life, song-writing in Pakistan, calendars in Argentina, tweets in Mexico, posters in cybercafes in the Congo, or a mural on the streets of Soweto in South Africa. In over a dozen languages and through all platforms and medium both online and off, people took control of technology to end violence against women during the Take Back t...

16-day campaign starts: To Take Back the Tech! to end violence against women
16-day campaign starts: To Take Back the Tech! to end violence against women 25 November 2009 APC WNSP

From 25 November to 10 December, get ready to click your mouse, flex your SMS fingers and engage full energy to take control of technology to end violence against women. APC calls on all of us who use radio, television, internet, emails and mobile phones to Take Back the Tech!

GreeningIT
GreeningIT 04 March 2009

A new APC-wide GreeningIT initiative aims to address two critical challenges: How can national ICT policy environments address ICTs, environmental sustainability and climate change; and how can ICTs be used more sustainably by ICTD practitioners, civil society organisations and service providers?  

Take Back the Tech: take action - online and off - to end violence against women
Take Back the Tech: take action - online and off - to end violence against women 25 November 2008 ES

Whether its through community radio, posters, sms, emails, audiocasts or websites, creative and informed use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) helps get the word out on violence against women (VAW). We have to know about technology to best use it for our activism, we have to understand it to protect ourselves and others, and to keep shaping an internet for all. From 25 Novem...

Take Back the Tech! wins honorary mention from Prix Ars Electronica 2008
Take Back the Tech! wins honorary mention from Prix Ars Electronica 2008 02 July 2008 Erika Smith

The Association for Progressive Communications Women’s Programme is proud to announce that Take Back the Tech was awarded an honorary mention by the prestigious Prix Ars Electronica International Competition for Cyber Arts for its innovative, collaborative campaign to end violence against women.

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