Take Back the Tech!
For this year's Take Back the Tech! campaign, One World Platform (OWP), based in Bosnia and Herzegovina, used videos to highlight the concerns, ideas and experiences of local activists.
Women’s rights and sexual rights activists engage with internet and ICT policy and development as feminist issues. This is a compendium of the highlights from APC's Annual Report for 2018.
APC's Take Back the Tech! project worked closely with Luchadoras and SocialTIC, campaigners in Mexico, to develop an illustrated list of manifestations of online gender-based violence based on case documentation. Use it in your work and activism, and please share it widely!
For the "16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence" campaign, we’re highlighting the work of the vibrant Take Back the Tech! network. Join us from 25 November to 10 December as we test formulas and recipes with campaigns all over the world!
Meet ARSUKEIL, a non-binary feminist superhero with the power to change the algorithms and give back the data to those from whom it has been taken away by large corporations, created by participants at the Take Back the Tech! camp in Nepal.
As an individual and as a public person, as a daughter, sister, friend and if you like, as an activist – self-care, for me, is primarily about setting boundaries in order to flourish. This is something that was heavily emphasised during the Take Back the Tech Camp.
What is self-care in a time of hyper-connected people and devices and of image-saturated capitalism, and what does it mean to speak about self-care in relation to feminist politics and the women's movement?
Strikes, marches, stories. Women make change in many ways. Every day we are surviving and resisting, and on 8 March of every year we come together to celebrate our hard work and use our collective power to initiate changes that further cement women's human rights.
What have our readers liked most during this year that is coming to an end? Check these stories out if you haven't had a chance to read them yet!
25 November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and marks the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). As Take Back the Tech! has launched a 16 Days campaign exploring the movement against GBV, it's important to consider how this movement began.