Posted by Candy Rodríguez on 2023-07-10

Image via The Self-Training Guide: How can we carry-out cyberfeminst workshops?Recently, I published, in Hiperderecho, The Self-Training Guide: How can we carry-out cyberfeminst workshops? This material is the result of the efforts, the learning and the sistematization of many Latin-American experiences. It includes the issues of care and digital security in the discussions for women and…

Posted by Florencia Goldsman on 2022-12-02

In the context of creating feminist infrastructures, a call from the feminist collective Numun Fund sparked the creation of a workshop “Talking heads: creative translation of images for a feminist internet”, a space guided by feminist exploration that sought to make the internet more inclusive and focuses on the needs of people living with vision disabilities.  In this article, we summarise the…

Posted on 2021-09-25

This piece is a part of a series of blogs to share experiences of various projects that came out of the All Women Count-Take Back the Tech! (AWC–TBTT) grants. This project was born out of the grant awarded to WOUGNET in 2020.

Posted by Shivani Lal on 2021-09-25

This piece is a part of a series of blogs to share experiences of various projects that came out of the All Women Count-Take Back the Tech! (AWC–TBTT) grants. Love, Sex and Tech was one such project born out of the grant awarded to Indu Harikumar in 2020.

Posted by Tshegofatso Senne on 2021-09-25

Fighting patriarchy and ableism through pleasure work. Defining what pleasure is. Compiling Online Gender Based Violence (OGBV) research. Being kinky, queer and vulnerable online. Interviewing sex workers, coaches writers, researchers and artists. Embracing queer identity in the face of online violence. Understanding the experiences of African women who had faced various consequences due to OGBV…

Posted on 2021-07-28

Twenty projects from Africa and Asia and the diaspora received small grants in 2020 from the All Women Count - Take Back the Tech! initiative.All Women Count-Take Back the Tech! is a four-year project from 2017 to 2020 being coordinated by APC’s Women's Rights Programme (WRP) under the All Women Count consortium. The consortium’s concern is violence against women, in particular violence…

Posted by Tshegofatso Senne on 2021-07-23

Graphic by Ousainou Jonga, copyright Equals Now.This is the first organisation in The Gambia to implement a project focused on online gender-based violence (OGBV) and start a national conversation about it. OGBV, particularly in The Gambia, targets feminists and activists who use online advocacy to work toward a better country for women. Having found that this important aspect of gender-based…

Posted by Tshegofatso Senne on 2021-07-23

Image via Pollicy’s artworks Research is an important tool which can be used to engage and empower people, but if it is difficult to understand or inaccessible,  it can be seen as daunting by the people it should be helping and reaching. Pollicy aimed to break down this barrier and utilise more creative ways of sharing the data that they collect from their research. Neema Iyer is the founder and…

Posted by Tshegofatso Senne on 2021-07-23

Image via Hacking systems of oppression and protecting our vital strengths: A feminist framework for self-defence by Anirban Ghosh (illustrator, designer).Self-defence and body-awareness training found me. Due to my own experiences of sexual assault, it bothered me that the majority of self-defence classes in South Africa – mostly aimed at women – were reduced to sequences of (sometimes…

Posted by Tshegofatso Senne on 2021-07-23

Sodfa Daaji is a Tunisian-Italian feminist-abolitionist engaged in Europe and Africa. She advocates for women’s rights, and her activism focuses particularly on how culture, tradition and religion affect the achievement of women’s rights. She is also the founder and executive director of the African Legal Think Tank on Women’s Rights (ALTOWR) and the project lead for the Handbook. ALTOWR is a…