As an advocate, strategist and facilitator for communities and organisations, Anasuya Sengupta has worked nationally in India, regionally across the Global South, and internationally for over 20 years. She is committed to amplifying voices ‘from the margins’ in the virtual and real worlds, while unpacking issues of power, privilege and access (including her own). She along with Siko Bouterse have created the project Whose Knowledge? through which they bring together a unique combination of experiences, skills and approaches in critical feminist scholarship and human rights activism, intersecting with a deep knowledge of internet technologies and online community organizing.
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Mapping the feminist internet: the Whose Knowledge? campaign at the AWID Forum
Whose Knowledge? works with individuals, communities, organisations and movements worldwide to create, collect and curate knowledge from and with marginalised communities, particularly women, people of colour, LGBTQI communities, indigenous peoples and others from the global South. Essentially, Whose Knowledge? is a radical re-imagining and reconstruction of the internet, so that the internet...