Mardi, Mars 10, 2015
The APC Women’s Rights Programme will be participating in the event since this space is very relevant to our work against violence against women, on women’s representation in media and online spaces, and on access and participation in the science and technology fields. We consider the reprioritisation of Section J of the Beijing Platform for Action in the Beijing+20 review to be particularly important.
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a) Statements and papers of interest
- How technology issues impact women's rights: 10 points on Section J of th Beijing Platform for Action
- Feminist Principles of the Internet
- APC Statement to the CSW 57th Session: Violence against women and information and communications technology
- CEDAW: APC’s Submission to the Committee on the General recommendation on girls’/women’s right to education
b) GenderIT.org special editions on the CSW
- GenderIT.org at the Commission on the Status of Women 2011, New York
- Moving Section J beyond tools and representation
- End violence against women: Language and actions at CSW57th
- Back and forth in the advancement of women’s rights at CSW58
c) Research on technology-based violence against women
d) Other resources
- Going visible: Women’s rights on the internet
- GISWatch 2013: Setting the agenda on women’s rights, gender and ICTs
- Voices from digital spaces: Technology related violence against women
e) Articles of interest
- On technology-based violence against women
- On the follow-up to the Commission on the Status of Women
- On Section J of the Beijing Platform for Action
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