gender and ICT

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.

Gender norms, gendered work and intersectional digital inequalities in Rwanda
Gender norms, gendered work and intersectional digital inequalities in Rwanda 07 February 2022 Research ICT Africa

This study combined quantitative and qualitative research to explore what socioeconomic factors inhibit internet access for women in rural and urban settings in Rwanda. It was produced with the support of APC as part of the Feminist Internet Research Network (FIRN).

EROTICS Regional Survey learnings (2): Understanding access and expression, and negotiating differences
EROTICS Regional Survey learnings (2): Understanding access and expression, and negotiating differences 21 October 2021 Srinidhi Raghavan for GenderIT.org

Srinidhi Raghavan, coordinator of the EROTICS Regional Survey 2020, shares her learnings from cross-country feminist research on the internet and sexuality through the lens of the Feminist Principles of the Internet.

Using the internet during a pandemic: Is it a choice?
Using the internet during a pandemic: Is it a choice? 16 February 2021 Brindaalakshmi. K for LocNet and GenderIT.org

Brindaalakshmi. K shares her experience of working with community networks in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in India and the importance of independent community networks as a support mechanism for gender and sexual minorities.

Safety, agency and surveillance: An exploration of sexual expression and digital spaces in Bangladesh
Safety, agency and surveillance: An exploration of sexual expression and digital spaces in Bangladesh 22 April 2020 Parsa Sanjana Sajid

This exploratory study presents a snapshot of the digital economy in Bangladesh, how online spaces are navigated, and how that correlates with our understanding of sexual expression and autonomy.

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