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<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/es/profiles/dafne-sabanes-plou">Dafne Sabanes Plou</a></h3>

Dafne Sabanes Plou

80 posts
Dafne es coordinadora del Programa de derechos de las mujeres de APC en América Latina y el Caribe. Dafne lives in Argentina and is APC's Women's Rights Programme coordinator in LAC.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/es/profiles/jac-sm-kee">Jac sm Kee</a></h3>

Jac sm Kee

76 posts
Jac sm Kee is the Women's Rights Programme Manager with the Association for Progressive Communications, and works on issues of sexuality, women’s rights, violence against women and internet rights and freedoms.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/es/profiles/genderitorg">GenderIT.org</a></h3>

GenderIT.org

69 posts
Launched in 2006, GenderIT.org is a groundbreaking resource site that provides feminist reviews and commentary on internet policy and culture. It started as a site monitoring policy developments on ICT and gender, and from its beginnings has been unique. Initially it was one of the first sites looking at ICT policy through a gender lens. Many years later, GenderIT.org remains a unique space for its focus on the global South, its focus on those working at the grassroots level (grounded in the experience of the women in the society in which they live), and its emphasis on both advocacy and social justice.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/es/node/4337">APC</a></h3>

APC

45 posts
APC is both a network and an organisation. APC members are groups working in their own countries to advance the same mission as APC.
<h3 class="writer-name color-4"><a href="/es/profiles/erika">erika</a></h3>

erika

33 posts
Erika Smith is the APC Women’s Rights Project Associate. She is in charge of implementation of the “Ending violence: women’s rights and safety on the internet” project in Mexico, and also closely accompany the global and local Take Back the Tech! campaign every November 25-December 10. She is based in Mexico.
<h3 class="writer-name color-3"><a href="/es/node/4343">Florencia Flores Iborra</a></h3>

Florencia Flores Iborra

22 posts
Florencia es profesora de filosofía y productora de radio. Tiene un posgrado en Comunicación, Géneros y Sexualidades de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Fue socia fundadora del programa feminista "Graves y agudas" que obtuvo el Premio Lola Mora 2015, en la categoría radio. Participa del Programa de derechos de las mujeres de APC y es colaboradora de Podcaster@s. Desde 2014 dirige Tristana producciones.Enchufadas, No ficción y Fuera de libreto son algunas de sus producciones más recientes.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/es/profiles/ang-lica-contreras">Angélica Contreras</a></h3>

Angélica Contreras

17 posts
Angélica Contreras, es hidrocálida y bloguera del #BlogAngie desde hace más de 8 años, integrante de ISOC México y de Mujeres Construyendo, es Directora de Relaciones Institucionales del Observatorio de la Juventud el primer grupo especial de interés adscrito a Internet Society, ha participado en diferentes campañas y ong´s. Directora de la Revista Digital Quintaesencia.
<h3 class="writer-name color-1"><a href="/es/profiles/jennifer-radloff">Jennifer Radloff</a></h3>

Jennifer Radloff

15 posts
Jennifer is a South African feminist and coordinates APC's work in supporting women human rights defenders use of ICTs securely through capacity building.
<h3 class="writer-name color-4"><a href="/es/profiles/evelin-heidel-scann-0">Evelin Heidel - Scann</a></h3>

Evelin Heidel - Scann

13 posts
Evelin Heidel (también conocida como Scann) es miembro de AlterMundi. Colabora en el proyecto DIY Book Scanner y en el sitio Dominio Público de Argentina (http://dominiopublico.org.ar). Participa en varios grupos de investigación y activismo sobre derecho de autor, privacidad, digitalización, cultura y acceso abierto, propiedad intelectual y acuerdos de libre comercio. Evelin Heidel (a.k.a. Scann) is member of AlterMundi. She collaborates with the DIY Book Scanner project and in the website Public Domain of Argentina (http://dominiopublico.org.ar). She participates in several groups of research and activism around copyright, privacy, digitalization, free culture and open access, intellectual property and free trade agreements.
<h3 class="writer-name color-2"><a href="/es/profiles/hvale">hvale</a></h3>

hvale

10 posts
Translocal feminist activist, storyteller passionate for #FeministInternet FLOSS opendata, privacy, the Commons, politics on internet & people.
<h3 class="writer-name color-4"><a href="/es/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-3"><a href="/es/node/4307">Rafia Shaikh</a></h3>

Rafia Shaikh

7 posts
Rafia is a tech journalist currently working as a research and communications associate at Digital Rights Foundation focusing on women's rights, internet governance, and digital security. She spends her weekends translating and romanizing languages.

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