Include LGBTIAQ+ voices in internet governance conversations
In this article, Nyx McLean calls for a diverse representation of LGBTIAQ+ people and issues in the conversations around the internet, and for the adoption of an intersectional approach to organising the IGF.
Due diligence and accountability for online violence against women
Finding the Pleasure Point in Internet Policy Spaces
For some of us pleasure in our work is possible, even if it is to find the breaking and bending points in the institutions of policy and law. But even though political and particularly feminist frameworks make space for pleasure, where is the space for that in legal or policy language at the international or national level?
Submissions to TO United Nations SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR: ONLINE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
What do women’s rights have to do with the SDGs and the Internet?
The internet of Things: smart devices, quantified self, dolls and vibrators
Internet Governance Forum 2015: Learnings from the gender report cards
Curfew on Solidarities: Interviews with Kashmiri activists on censorship and lockdown
Social media is both the space for building a new language to speak about Kashmir in terms of occupation, resistance, settler colonialism or separatist movements, and it also is a technology of control for the Indian government. Banning certain websites and people and blocking the internet for periods extending to weeks is seen as completely acceptable ways of dealing with the "Kashmir crisis...