Programme des politiques de communication et d'information

Finances, administration et ressources humaines

  • Maya Sooka : Responsable des finances
    South Africa
  • Fatima Bhyat : Directrice financière senior
    South Africa

Stratégie Globale de Plaidoyer et de PolitiqueL'Unité de la Stratégie Globale de Plaidoyer et de Politique (GAPS) d'APC forme et coordonne la vision, les positions, les objectifs et les activités de plaidoyer en matière de politiques mondiales d'APC d'une manière qui reflète et intègre les priorités stratégiques du réseau APC. GAPS coordonne la mise en œuvre de la politique globale de plaidoyer d'APC et facilite l'intégration des positions, des recommandations, des analyses et des communications stratégiques d'APC.


Gestion stratégique

Programme des droits des femmesThe Association for Progressive Communications Women’s Rights Programme (WRP) works to strengthen the capacity of diverse women’s movements to have the confidence, skills and resources to influence the usage, development and decision-making of the internet. This is so that they are able to engage with it as a political space to challenge discriminatory norms, structures and practices, amplify their work for women’s rights and gender justice and respond to the barriers, that prevent them from benefiting from information and communication technologies (ICTs). Our work stems from recognition of the enormous potential of ICTs to strengthen social, political, cultural and economic development, and to advance the human rights of women and girls. ICTs present a powerful platform for expression, for accessing information and for creating and sharing narratives that can lead to changes in norms and values that contribute to discrimination and inequality. WRP is uniquely located within both the internet rights and women's rights movements. We work through four inter-related strategies: knowledge building, capacity building, policy advocacy and movement building.