Trans-sitting through Life is a toolkit designed as a board game to support diversity and inclusion trainers and community workers with their transgender persons related sensitisation programmes and efforts. This game is designed to provide the players with an experience of the lived realities of transgender persons as they wade through different aspects of their life.

The Feminist Internet Research Network (FIRN) is inviting individuals and organisations to submit research proposals around data-driven feminist research on critical and emerging issues related to technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TFGBV). Deadline: November 2, 2023

MFIs are a series of face-to-face and online gatherings where activists working at different intersecting issues come together to strategise and activate how we MAKE this feminist internet. In this two-part podcast series, activists at the MFI2022 Convening share their experiences and thoughts on how they imagine a feminist internet.

GenderIT is looking for writers, artists, creators and filmmakers from Middle East & North Africa (MENA) to pitch stories around the theme: Algorithmic Futures & Feminist Anxieties in MENA, for its MENA regional edition 2023. Deadline to submit pitches is May 12, 2023.

In March 2023, the Ugandan Parliament passed a bill criminalising LGBTQIA+ identities in the country. Human rights organisations around the world condemn the move, calling it a violation of multiple fundamental human rights.

Insights from dialogues held in 2022 in a series of consultations across the Global South led to the development of this Charter of demands to achieve a shared feminist vision for the digital future.

The FTX: Safety Reboot is a training curriculum made up of several modules for trainers who work with women’s rights and sexual rights activists to use the internet safely, creatively and strategically.

Between 2013-2019, the authors served as the first Co-Executive Directors of FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund. During this time, they built a co-leadership model that fostered a thriving organisation across many countries and time zones, and through many stages of growth. In this report, they are documenting co-leadership experiences and designing creative and practical tools to support…

This paper looks at current struggles and transformations on the meanings of online violence in Brazil. It interrogates how feminist research and interventions in digital technologies with regards to online violence against LGTQIA+ in the contemporary political scenario. Responses to online hate speech as political violence shed new light on the intersections of gender, race, sexuality and…