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Dhyta Caturani

Dhyta Caturani is a long-time human rights and women's rights activist in Indonesia. She currently works as a project coordinator at EngageMedia, a non profit organization that uses the power of technology to create social and environmental change in SEA.

Editorial

[EDITORIAL] Feminist Principles of the Internet: Two years later

Posted Tue 31 May 2016 - 13:36 | 5,830 views
Two years after the initial birth of the Feminist Principles of the Internet, Dhyta helps us frame this edition where we see how feminists put the principles into practice in their own contexts. “As an evolving document, we need to constantly revisit it to make sure that it stays relevant, or else we should clarify, revise or even change it in accordance with the new circumstances and our needs...
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[EDITORIAL] Principios feministas para internet: dos años después

Posted Mon 23 May 2016 - 16:36 | 3,195 views
Dos años después del nacimiento de los Principios feministas para internet, Dhyta nos ayuda a enmarcar esta edición en la que analizamos cómo las feministas ponen estos principios en práctica en sus propios contextos. "Como los Principios feministas constituyen un documento en evolución, necesitamos revisarlo constantemente para garantizar que permanezca relevante. De no ser así, no respondería a...
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Imagine a Feminist Internet: Reflections on freedom of expression and mysoginistic online content

Posted Sun 20 Sep 2015 - 12:44 | 3,684 views
This video by Dhyta Caturani from Engage Media features Sheena Magenya and Naomi Fontanos speaking about online mysoginistic content and its relation to freedom of expression, while attending the second Imagine a Feminist Internet in Malaysia, July 2015.

Editorial

Why do the Feminist Principles of the Internet matter?

Posted Thu 25 Sep 2014 - 18:09 | 6,125 views
There were several sessions and side meetings at the 9th Internet Governance Forum (IGF). Out of those, there were only a few on gender and sexuality. The Gender Dynamic Coalition launched the Feminist Principles of the Internet at the end of the session, making the document officially public. Here is an analysis on why those principles matter.
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Why do the Feminist Principles of the Internet matter?

Posted Fri 12 Sep 2014 - 17:40 | 4,001 views
The internet is believed to be an open space for everyone to express themselves freely. So why do we need a set of principles to "govern" us?

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9th Internet Governance Forum: Gender and sexuality online

Posted Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 14:49 | 4,371 views
There were several sessions and side meetings at the 9th Internet Governance Forum (IGF). Out of those, there were only a few on gender and sexuality, and this post is about the ones I had the privilege to attend. On September 1st, before the IGF officially started, the Association For Progresssive Communications (APC), organized a day-long pre-event meeting on Sex, Rights, and Internet...