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Feminist Principles of the Internet [2016]

APC on 3 Oct 2016
A feminist internet works towards empowering more women and queer persons – in all our diversities – to fully enjoy our rights, engage in pleasure and play, and dismantle patriarchy. This integrates our different realities, contexts and specificities – including age, disabilities, sexualities, gender identities and expressions, socioeconomic locations, political and religious beliefs, ethnic origins, and racial markers. The following key principles are critical towards realising a feminist internet.

Infographic - #StopStoning WOMEN NOW!

Kateřina Fialová on 23 Jul 2013
The infographic was produced as part of the WLUML global campaign to end the brutal practice of stoning. In fourteen countries around the world, this brutal punishment and form of torture continues to exist. The flyer highlights the case of a young woman who was stoned to death for having a cell phone in Pakistan. The campaign advocate for a UN resolution against stoning, ban of stoning in countries where it still exists in law and criminalization of those who engage in this practice worldwide.

Take Back the Tech! online mapping platform

Kateřina Fialová on 14 Dec 2011
This mapping platform is part of the Take Back the Tech! campaign, and provides a space for the documenting and monitoring of experiences and stories of women and girls who faced violence against women (VAW) online or through the use of mobile phone technologies. The interactive map monitors technology-related VAW according to five broad categories: the type of VAW, the act of violation (what the abuser or violator did), the harm faced by twomen survivors, the technology platform which was implicated or used in the incidence of VAW, and the level of familiarity or involvement with the abuser or violator. In collaboration with the local campaigners, the map operates in 10 languages, including French, Spanish, Bosnian, Lugandan, Arabic, Urdu and Portuguese.

STOP MOTION PROJECT – When does the violence begin?

Kateřina Fialová on 21 Feb 2011
The three-part video campaign STOP MOTION PROJECT – When does the violence begin? aims to encourage discussion and promote awareness on violence against women through creative storytelling and the use of stop-motion animation. The mission of STOP MOTION PROJECT is to empower and support organisations and individuals in and through the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for the purpose of ending violence against women (VAW).
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