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<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/profiles/joshua-muyiwa">Joshua Muyiwa</a></h3>

Joshua Muyiwa

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Joshua Muyiwa is a writer and poet. He currently writes a weekly column titled “Gazing Outwards” for the Bangalore Mirror, a city newspaper on issues of race, sexuality, police violence and change in the city of Bangalore in India.
<h3 class="writer-name color-4"><a href="/profiles/subha-wijesiriwardena">Subha Wijesiriwardena</a></h3>

Subha Wijesiriwardena

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Subha Wijesiriwardena is a feminist activist, writer/blogger and media analyst from Colombo, Sri Lanka. She lives in Colombo, where she works as a media trainer and on women’s rights and queer rights; she is particularly interested in women’s rights within conversations about tech, social media and digital rights.
<h3 class="writer-name color-4"><a href="/profiles/kumud-rana">Kumud Rana</a></h3>

Kumud Rana

1 posts
Kumud Rana is a doctoral researcher at the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow and has a background in international development, and feminist and queer studies.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/profiles/bruno-zilli">Bruno Zilli</a></h3>

Bruno Zilli

1 posts
Bruno Zilli is a Brazilian anthropologist,​ ​researcher at the Latin American Center on Sexuality and Human Rights, State University of Rio de Janeiro​, and ​​Assistant Editor to Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad - Latin American Journal​. He has a Master’s Degree in Collective Health and ​​a PhD in Social Sciences. He is ​​author of several ​journal articles, book chapters, and a forthcoming volume on BDSM communities online.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/profiles/shubha-kayastha">Shubha Kayastha</a></h3>

Shubha Kayastha

1 posts
Shubha Kayastha is a feminist and a sexual right advocate with an academic background on gender studies. Currently a freelance consultant, she works around the issue of sexual and reproductive health and sexuality within Nepal and in the Asia-Pacific region. She is co-founder of ‘body & data’ which works in the intersection of gender, sexuality and digital technology in Nepal. She has also been working in the area of sexuality and disability.
<h3 class="writer-name color-4"><a href="/profiles/catalina-alzate">Catalina Alzate</a></h3>

Catalina Alzate

1 posts
Catalina is a researcher trained in design and development studies. Catalina’s practice is predominantly rooted at the intersection between social sciences (especially microeconomics) with participatory processes and technology de-construction at the community level. Her professional experience has been based in Colombia and India, where she has been involved in a variety of projects regarding technology design, microfinance, critical currencies, collective decision-making and cooperation. Catalina is interested in using creativity for research-action projects, promoting interdisciplinary approaches to the discussions around technology and society.
<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/profiles/tigist-shewarega-hussen">Tigist Shewarega Hussen</a></h3>

Tigist Shewarega Hussen

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Tigist Shewarega Hussen is a black feminist specializing in Gender and ICTs. She has worked as a researcher on Young Women Goven South Africa (2012-2014) research project funded by IDRC that focuses on the possibility of using ICTs to invent an alternative space for civic and political participation, particularly among the youth in South Africa. She was a lead researcher on Gender and Community Network project for the Zenzeleni Networks in Mankosi community, South Africa (2015 - 2016). She continues to work on the research subject with BANG research group in Faculty of Computer Science, at the University of Western Cape (UWC). Tigist is currently based at the UWC, where she is a co-convener and lecturer of the Feminist Research Methodology postgraduate module at the Women’s and Gender Studies Department. She also co-lectures ICTD postgraduate course at the Faculty of Computer Science. Tigist is also pursuing her PhD at UWC and her research focuses on the #FeesMustFall student movement, political participation and the role of ICTs and Social Media in South Africa.
<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/node/5066">Mariana Vaccaro</a></h3>

Mariana Vaccaro

1 posts
Periodista. Licenciada en Ciencias de la Comunicación en la UBA con un posgrado en Comunicación, Géneros y Sexualidades. Desarrolla el proyecto Mujeres Urbanas, una revista digital con perspectiva de género. Colabora con publicaciones periodísticas de manera independiente.
<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/node/5073">SEMlac</a></h3>

SEMlac

1 posts
El Servicio de Noticias de la Mujer de Latinoamérica y el Caribe (SEMlac) es una asociación civil, cuya sede regional se encuentra en México, D.F., integrada por una red de 28 periodistas de América Latina y el Caribe, México y Cuba, que abordan diferentes temas periodísticos desde una perspectiva de género; nuestra principal fuente de difusión es las triada de plataformas informativas: SEMlac/SEMlacCuba y SEMMéxico, En nuestra misión incluimos la investigación de temas de comunicación. Queremos mejorar el acceso de las mujeres a los medios de comunicación sea como comunicadoras o como protagonistas de noticias.
<h3 class="writer-name color-4"><a href="/node/5079">Gisela Pérez de Acha</a></h3>

Gisela Pérez de Acha

1 posts
Gisela Pérez de Acha es abogada y activista, especialista en derecho de internet, libertad de expresión y género.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/node/5092">Agostina Mileo</a></h3>

Agostina Mileo

1 posts
Agostina es comunicadora científica y Doctoranda en Historia y Epistemología de la Ciencia. Es miembro de la organización Economía Femini(s)ta, donde coordina la campaña #MenstruAccion y edita la sección de ciencia.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/profiles/kazanka-comfort">Kazanka Comfort</a></h3>

Kazanka Comfort

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Kazanka Comfort is the Director of Operations of Fantsuam Foundation. Her early education started in Zaria, where she also completed her first degree from Ahmadu Bello University in 1987. She later obtained a Diploma in Development Studies from the University of Birmingham UK, and attended Grameen’s 37th International Dialogue of the Grameen Trust in 2000 in Bangladesh. She completed her Law degree with the University of Jos in 2001 and in same year, was awarded the first Hafkin Africa for her outstanding and creative use of Information and Communication Technologies for women in rural communities in Nigeria, http://www.apc.org/english/hafkin. She worked briefly with WomensNet in Johannesburg, is a member of the AAW (APC Africa Women, www.apc.org/) and has co-authored the Nigerian chapters in the publications by GRACE (Gender Research into Information Communication Technology for Empowerment www.grace-network.net) Her work in Fantsuam Foundation has focused on developing an integrated model of development for empowering women in rural communities. She pioneered the Fantsuam Rural Computer literacy program in 2000 with 20 students and this initiative was awarded the first Hafkin Africa Prize (http://www.apc.org/english/hafkin 2001). She was one of seven women selected in 2013 from Africa, in partnership with CUSO, to attend the Community Development Leadership by Women course at the Coady International Institute, Canada.

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