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Women'sNet, with our partner, Artists Say No to Violence Against Women and Children, held an event in Soweto, Johannesburg. We used the occasion of International Human Rights Day, and the last day of the 16 Days of Activism to draw attention to the role that new media has to play - as a tool for abuse and as a tool for protest.

In this short film we asked people what the 16 Days means to them. Kenneth Nkosi, local Actor and star of the movie "White Wedding" also shares his take on the campaign.

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Links: http://womensnet.org.za, http://takebackthetech.net

The Event was held with support from: The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) Women's networking Support Programme, MDG3 Fund.