Cambodia, Malaysia, Pakistan and the Philippines: Cross-country Study on Violence against Women and Information Communication Technologies
Sonia Randhawa, genderIT.orgSource: APC Annual Report 2006 ">i writer and editor, compares the findings of four national reports from Cambodia, Malaysia, Pakistan and the Philippines undertaken by the APC WNSP as part of the project “Strengthening women’s strategic useAPC Annual Report 2005">i of ICTinformation and communications technology. ">is to combat violence against womenStyle Information: N/a Source: www.takebackthetech.net/whatstheissue ">i and girls”.
Asia has been at the forefront of embracing new information and communications technologies (ICTs), and in using them to promote democracy and human rightsi. From using SMSes to coordinate public protests in the Philippines, to circumventing the firewall
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Source: Governance for sustainable human development: A UNDP policy document (Glossary of key terms) and Wikipedia">i, or by perpetrators of violence against women (VAW). This article looks at the intersection between ICTs and violence against women, an area often overlooked in the discourse on ICTs and human rights, which tends to focus primarily on issues of access and freedom of expressioni.
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