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Jan Moolman

Jan Moolman is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and works for the APC's Women's Rights Programme as a senior project coordinator.


Violencia de género en línea en la ley internacional: altibajos en su reconocimiento

Posted Jue 12 Jul 2018 - 07:08 | 3,624 views
La presente edición de GenderIT es importante. Llega en un momento en que más de una década de trabajo continuo de feministas y activistas por los derechos de las mujeres en torno a la violencia de género está recibiendo un reconocimiento mucho más formal en el desarrollo de políticas; en que las conversaciones sobre VdG en línea pasaron de ser una discusión periférica en las comunidades de...


[EDITORIAL] Recognition of online GBV in international law: the highs and lows

Posted Dom 17 Jun 2018 - 18:07 | 7,301 views

Over a decade of consistent work around visibility of online GBV has led to finally a report by the Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women that specifically addresses this phenomenon. Jan Moolman sketches out a brief timeline of the milestones towards the recognition of online GBV, and this has included advocating for inclusion of sensitive language within international law and...

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Apenas unas pocas palabras…

Posted Jue 11 Abr 2013 - 15:57 | 5,671 views
Durante las semanas previas a la Comisión sobre la Condición de la Mujer (CSW por sus siglas en inglés, 4 al 15 de marzo) vi, leí y oí violencia contra las mujeres, y lloré por la brutal violación en grupo y asesinato de "Anene Booysens":

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Just a few words...

Posted Mar 9 Abr 2013 - 18:12 | 6,392 views
In the weeks leading up to the Commission on the Status of Women (4-15 March) violence against women I watched and read and listened and wept over the brutal gang rape and murder of "Anene Booysens":


Internet governance: If we are not at the table, we will be on the menu

Posted Mié 16 Mayo 2012 - 19:26 | 10,815 views
In 2001, while working at Agenda, a South African feminist academic journal, we produced an edition titled ‘Globalisation: challenging dominant discourses’. The journal problematised the realpolitik of a global neo-liberal economic system that was marked by developing countries’ indebtedness, the rise of the market and the devastating consequences of structural adjustment policies for women of...


Gobernanza de internet: si no estamos en la mesa, estaremos en el menú

Posted Mié 16 Mayo 2012 - 12:36 | 6,391 views
En 2001 mientras trabajaba en Agenda, un revista académica feminista sudafricana, produjimos una edición titulada “Globalización: desafíos del discurso predominante”. La revista problematizaba la realpolitik de un sistema económico neoliberal global caracterizado por el endeudamiento de los países en desarrollo, el crecimiento del mercado y las consecuencias devastadoras de las políticas de...

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What matters in building feminist power through technologies?

Posted Mar 10 Abr 2012 - 13:15 | 6,371 views
This feminist talk was first presented by Jan Moolman at the research meeting the ‘Gender and Citizenship in the Information Society’ that was organized by IT for Change, and took place in Bangalore in February 2012. In her contribution, she shared her views on some challenges that impact on feminists solidarity and ability to organize.

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Missing conversations

Posted Mar 8 Mar 2011 - 14:36 | 8,838 views
When Jan first heard that the theme of this year's CSW was going to focus on science and technology she was really excited. She shares her reflection why the framing of science and technology as a women's rights issue at this year's CSW did not really resonate with her in the end.

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Video: Talking about Section J - Re-defining Media

Posted Vie 5 Mar 2010 - 10:00 | 5,091 views
Cai Yiping, executive director of ISIS International, shares the need to take Section J forward with the recognition of the increasing role of ICTs that re-defined the media contained in Section J of the Beijing Platform for Action.

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Video: Talking about Section J - Access to Media

Posted Vie 5 Mar 2010 - 09:56 | 4,974 views
Chandrika Sepali Kottegoda, co-director of the Women and Media Collective based in Colombo, Srilanka, talks about the lack of access by NGOs that makes it difficult to see the J spot in the actual government review at the CSW.