Aloha I am an intersectional feminist from Morocco, a modern day nomad and world citizen having lived in six different countries so far. Founder of the feminist youth-led movement and blog Politics4Her to break stereotypes, encourage women to grow more informed, and become active participants in civil society. A strong advocate for human rights particularly in topics related to migration and gender. Currently pursuing a master’s degree in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration. Passionate about digital communications, positive use of social media, youth & women empowerment.
I am a vegan, ukulele addict, yogi, ocean lover, surfer & skater, adventure seeker, dream chaser, rainbow lover, and my biggest dream would be to sit on a cloud and be able to eat at the same time.
Track 1- A research project that questions the contemporary challenges posed by digital technologies with regard to Africa and its diasporas by exploring the place of gender and raceAfrocyberféminismes
Digital Safety/Feminist internet/Tech and Sexuality, French
Track 3- Findings of a survey conducted on social media platforms in different countries of Africa.#JIF2019: LES CYBERVIOLENCES SEXISTES TOUCHENT 45% DE FEMMES SUR LES RÉSEAUX SO…
Digital Safety/OGBV, French
Track 4- Podcast with Houda, one of the founders of Diha Frassek where she shares her experience in movement building and assisting OGBV victims.Diha Frassek movement against harassment and cyberbullying in Morocco (French)
Track 5- Summary of an action research report about technology based violence against women in MoroccoViolence faites aux femmes par les technologies au Maroc
Digital Safety, French
Track 7- Video interview with a Moroccan former victim of OGBVLe dilemme des Marocaines victimes de cyber-harcèlement
Track 9- Article about women victims of cyberbullying who struggle to "break the taboo” and prefer to remain silenceAu Maroc, les femmes victimes de cyberharcèlement peinent à « briser le tabou »
Afrique, Digital Safety, French