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Bianca Baldo

Bianca Baldo has over eight years of coordination experience in women human rights and anti human-trafficking advocacy, program management, gender protection and capacity-building training in Ecuador, Vietnam, Cambodia, Jamaica and Canada. She has completed a Bachelors of Arts in Comparative Development from Trent University, a Civil Law degree from University of Ottawa and Masters in Law from McGill University. She is presently working as a consultant with Roos-Remillard Consulting Services, on program design, funding proposals and training modules against human trafficking.

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Visibility and secrecy: Data protection, privacy and gender in Pakistan

Posted Jue 11 Jul 2019 - 12:47 | 1,088 views

Privacy rights are becoming increasingly important and especially in the context of increasing datafication. Shmyla Khan of Digital Rights Foundation in Pakistan talks about the ways in which privacy rights are relevant, used and abused in the lives of women and gender diverse people.

Image description: Different people walking, cycling. Some have surveillance cameras as heads

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Interview with Eva Blum-Dumontet, Privacy International

Posted Mar 9 Abr 2019 - 11:47 | 1,563 views

Privacy allows women and members of marginalised communities to create safe spaces of expression and makes available tools that challenge norms that restrict equality, access and control. Bianca Baldo interviews Eva Blum-Dumontet, one of the authors of the recent report from Privacy International on gender and privacy.

Image description: woman walking by, covering her face with Chinese magazine

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Technology as lingua franca: Interview with Caroline Tagny

Posted Mar 15 Nov 2016 - 00:04 | 5,743 views
A detailed conversation with activist and writer Caroline Tagny on the various campaigns that she has been part of with Take Back the Tech. The interviewer, Bianca Baldo, focuses on the politics of language in these various campaigns and the importance of content in local language to connect to and bring together people and movements. The role of French as both a language of the colonial...

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Virtual reality pornography and tech-related violence against women: To boldly go have sex where no one has done it before!

Posted Lun 4 Abr 2016 - 23:55 | 5,182 views
The impact of virtual reality porn is relatively unknown but it might be a game changer.

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From sensitisation to changing women's lives: Understanding tech-related violence in the DRC

Posted Mié 20 Ene 2016 - 17:32 | 4,949 views
In this article, Bianca Baldo interviews Françoise Mukuku and Patience Luyeye from Si Jeunesse Savait. In partnership with the Association for Progressive Communications (APC), they carried out the research mapping technology-related violence against women in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). In the interview, they elaborate on some of the findings, gaps in legislation, ambiguous role of...

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Missing and murdered aboriginal women of Canada and human trafficking: Understanding this likely connection

Posted Vie 8 Ene 2016 - 10:51 | 4,169 views
Imagine a young aboriginal woman standing alone in the night, her stance hardened by violence, outrage and sadness. Like her mother before her, she is a survivor. A survivor of colonisation, a survivor of family violence, a survivor of poverty and lack of resources, a survivor of false promises from a boyfriend that gave her hope. All she had to do was move with him to the city, he would find her...

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Restricting access to abortion services: a conversation with Dr. Suchitra Dalvie on the effects of sex selection in India

Posted Lun 5 Oct 2015 - 14:40 | 4,717 views
A woman sits in a doctor’s waiting room. She is almost 13 weeks pregnant and deeply worried about her future. She knows she cannot ask the sex of the fetus and that the Indian government has developed new technology to track the ultrasound medical reports.

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Time to update the Section J on women’s real needs

Posted Vie 29 Mayo 2015 - 14:14 | 3,675 views

Twenty years after the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the specific elaboration of Section J on women and the media, the review resolution does not reflect the impact that ICTs have proven to have on women’s lives, as a means to dramatically advance or hinder women’s rights. In this interview by Bianca Baldo for GenderIT.org, APC’s Jennifer Radloff and Sara Baker agree that we...

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Hora de poner la Sección J al día con las necesidades reales de las mujeres

Posted Vie 29 Mayo 2015 - 14:14 | 2,033 views
Veinte años después de la Declaración y Plataforma de Acción de Beijing y de la elaboración específica de la Sección J sobre las mujeres y los medios de comunicación, el resultado de la revisión no refleja el impacto que las TIC han demostrado tener en la vida de las mujeres, como medio para promover u obstaculizar drásticamente sus derechos. En esta entrevista realizada por Bianca Baldo para...

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Proteger el derecho a la libertad de expresión: estrategias de sobrevivientes de violencia contra la mujer relacionada con la tecnología

Posted Vie 12 Dic 2014 - 03:26 | 10,462 views
La violencia contra las mujeres relacionada con la tecnología obstruye la libertad de expresión en la medida en que crea un entorno de miedo, intimidación, violencia, aislamiento social e impunidad. Este artículo escrito por Bianca Baldo para GenderIT.org explora los efectos de la violencia contra las mujeres relacionada con la tecnología sobre los derechos de las mujeres a la libertad de...