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Title: The violence stops with us. Take Back the Tech! starts this month
Post by: Peter Kuthan / AZFA on November 19 2012
APCNews 177 – Take Back the Tech! starts this month, gender peripheries on the IGF – 19/11/12

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APCNews – November 19 2012 – Year XII Issue 177
The news service on ICTs for social justice and sustainable development
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CUERNAVACA (ES for APCNews) – Tech-related violence against women and girls is increasing – but so are our stories of survival and strategies to make the internet a safe space for women. Join Take Back the Tech! this 25 November through 10 December to help end violence against women and girls online.
https://www.apc.org/en/node/15866/

For a feminist view on the IGF

BAKU (GenderIT.org) – The 7th Internet Governance Forum just drew to a close. Many views and analyses were published, most of them adopting a technical point of view. If you are interested in a slightly different take on the world’s most important internet governance encounter, consider reading up on GenderIT.org’s up on reports on gender at the IGF, which reflect on critical internet public policy issues for women’s and sexual rights advocates, and highlight internet rights issues faced by women in Azerbaijan.
Read the Gender Peripheries of the IGF in GenderIT.org: http://www.genderit.org/category/discussion-theme/genderitorg-internet-g...