Advocating for the protection and promotion of digital rights is a continuous challenge faced by civil society organisations. How do we come to establish equality as a baseline?
APC's Our Voices Our Futures (OVOF) project supported the participation of three country partners from Kenya, India and Bangladesh at IGF2023. We gathered some reflections from them about how their work with OVOF intersects with internet governance and the IGF.
This edition of GenderIT.org came together at a time of daily breaking news around artificial intelligence and the risks it poses. In the MENA region, these problems are compounded with a litany of daily struggles, the most devastating of these being occupation, war, conflict and displacement.
The Disco-tech session at the Digital Rights Asia-Pacific Assembly (DRAPAC23) focused on supporting environmental sustainability and justice in Asia. We explore the participants' interventions to help develop a Feminist Principle of the Internet on the environment.
This manual is particularly designed to encourage participants to examine issues of power, control and relationships, and to think of strategies to advance sexuality rights in the political space of internet governance.
This module presents a step-by-step approach to creating a Gincana, an online learning process aimed at defenders with an interest in multiplying knowledge within their collectives and communities.
MFIs are face-to-face and online gatherings where activists working on different intersecting issues come together to strategise and activate how we make this feminist internet. In this two-part podcast series, activists at the MFI2022 convening share their experiences and thoughts.
This year's RightsCon will be held from 5-8 June in Costa Rica and online, where APC will focus on the themes of gender and sexuality, climate and environmental justice and gender-responsive cybersecurity. Here is our resource kit of knowledge, research and recommended readings to help us all prepare to engage with each other at this event.
This joint submission is a response to the Global Digital Compact (GDC) consultation process and its expected outcome to outline shared principles for an open, free and secure digital future for all.