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<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/node/4552">Paz Peña O.</a></h3>

Paz Peña O.

8 posts
Paz es periodista. Tiene el grado de licenciada en comunicación social de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso y el grado de magíster en estudios de género, mención ciencias sociales, de la Universidad de Chile. Los últimos ocho años de su carrera los ha dedicado a trabajar temas sobre derechos digitales.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/profiles/namita">Namita</a></h3>

Namita

8 posts
Namita is a writer and legal researcher. She divides her time between Bengaluru in India and the many worlds in books and movies. She is currently the English language editor for GenderIT.org
<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/profiles/anita-gurumurthy">Anita Gurumurthy</a></h3>

Anita Gurumurthy

6 posts
Anita Gurumurthy brings her keen interest about feminist theory and practice to her work at IT for Change. She has attempted to understand and interpret ideas around development and rights in the context of ICTs and network society through her work and her writings. When Anita gets a rare breather from her obsessive NGO life and hands-on mothering of self-willed teenage, twin daughters, she likes to cook, watch plays, indulge in Carnatic music and throw feminist addas.
<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/profiles/chenai-chair">Chenai Chair</a></h3>

Chenai Chair

6 posts
Chenai is a researcher with Research ICT Africa a non profit think tank based in South Africa Her areas of specialisation include conducting qualitative studies with a focus on gender, youth and the informal sector, internet governance and tracking pricing and pricing trends on the African mobile market. She majored in gender studies in her undergraduate studies. Currently, she holds an Masters in Social Science specialising in Global Studies from the University of Cape Town.
<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/profiles/samukelisiwe-mabaso">Samukelisiwe Mabaso</a></h3>

Samukelisiwe Mabaso

6 posts
Samukelisiwe describes herself as an unapologetic (South) African feminist. She recently submitted her master’s dissertation in media studies at the University of Cape Town. Her dissertation provides an analysis of Take Back The Tech!’s 2015 Twitter campaign during 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence to discover the strategies they employ to combat the online abuse of women.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/profiles/sanitary-panels">Sanitary Panels</a></h3>

Sanitary Panels

6 posts
Sanitary Panels is a feminist webcomic that comments on politics, society, and culture. It's creator Rachita Taneja is a human rights campaigner who is passionate about gender issues amongst others such as environment and digital rights.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/profiles/yara-sallam">Yara Sallam</a></h3>

Yara Sallam

5 posts
An Arab African feminist
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/profiles/kathleen-diga">Kathleen Diga</a></h3>

Kathleen Diga

4 posts
Kathleen has worked for over 10 years in the information and communication technology for development (ICT4D) research space. In her previous work related to the current APC project, she has helped to coordinate research teams and individuals across the globe, including to bring together a panel around community wireless networks to Cape Town for the ICTD2013 international pre-conference. In 2008, she also had the opportunity to visit several community local access networks in Winneba, Ghana, White River, South Africa and Kabale, Uganda, as well as present on Wireless Africa and gender in a Johannesburg workshop. She has written numerous publications in ICT4D and has been a co-editor on several publications, including a special issue journal on ICT ecosystems (2016) and a book on poverty and ICTs in East Africa (2014). Her main focus of research is understanding the changing ICT asset portfolio within households in South Africa and how these items are contributing to well-being and wealth changes, particularly among the marginalised.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/profiles/nadika">Nadika</a></h3>

Nadika

4 posts
Nadika is a non-binary person based in Chennai. She writes and edits for a living
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/profiles/koliwe-majama">Koliwe Majama</a></h3>

Koliwe Majama

4 posts
Koliwe Majama is a Zimbabwean journalist and media rights activist with over 15 years experience. She holds a diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication from the Harare Polytechnic College and acquired a BSc in Media and Society Studies at the Midlands State University. Koliwe has worked both as a print and broadcast journalist and contributed significantly to the development of community media in Zimbabwe. In her current position, as Programme Officer at the Media Institute of Southern Africa’s Zimbabwe Chapter and alumni of the African School of Internet Governance, Koliwe is prominently involved in Zimbabwe’s with internet governance processes through research, multi-stakeholder engagement, regional & global networking and thought leadership.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/node/4533">Gema Manzanares</a></h3>

Gema Manzanares

3 posts
Gema Manzanares es comunicadora, (ciber)feminista, activista, fundadora de @EnRedadasNi y diseñadora nicaragüense.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/profiles/serene-lim">Serene Lim </a></h3>

Serene Lim

3 posts
Serene is an activist, a writer, and lawyer who tries to talk, write, live, work and love the feminist way. Raised in a lovely town and now a Kuala Lumpur-dweller and a borderless digital-wanderer. Her area of interest includes technology, human rights, gender studies, sexuality, feminist legal theory, storytelling, and Netflix.

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