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We worked closely with Luchadoras and SocialTic, campaigners in Mexico, to develop this list of manifestations of online gender-based violence based on case documentation. Use it in your work and activism, and please share it widely!... Read More
En abril de 2018 se suscitó una de las crisis políticas más intensas y violentas de la región. La crisis en Nicaragua sobrepasó ampliamente las garantías de cumplimiento y respeto de los derechos humanos: la represión, las agresiones físicas y el miedo psicológico, se convirtieron en vías para intentar restablecer el orden, la razón de Estado y extinguir la protesta social.

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Colnodo - Tweet Chat
Colnodo having fun during their tweet chat for their Take... Read More

In late May the Guardian released the Facebook Files, leaked internal documents revealing how the company moderates content. Many of us have long called for more transparency around Facebook's content moderation so we can better understand gender-based violence that happens on the platform and provide feedback. Although Facebook has made some improvements,1 these...

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APC's 3rd EROTICS global survey is live until August 17. Take the survey and share it with your networks!
 
 
The survey, which aims to map the latest trends concerning opportunities and threats of expressing sexuality online, targets LGBTQI activists and...
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As part of the 2016 campaign for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, we are celebrating 10 years of Take Back the Tech! through an interactive timeline that charts our collective history. Tell us how you campaigned for Take Back the Tech!
 
Send us inspired moments from your campaign work, such as the time you:
  • Started a local campaign or first participated in the global campaign
  • ...
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Can you believe it's been a decade since Take Back the Tech! was first launched? Over the years, thousands of people have come together from countries around the world to use ICT to prevent violence against women. We have all benefited from the ideas and actions of women and girls in more than 30 countries, and we continue to be inspired by the activism and outcomes we see.
 
We are working on several activities to...
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Are you attending the AWID Forum this coming September in Brazil? Take Back the Tech! will be there for a one-day pre-event on September 7 - right before the forum starts. The event is called Imagine a Feminist Internet and is open to women's rights activists and techies who are interested in exploring the growing impact of technology on our politics, movements, and... Read More
We've been working on a new collaboration with Luchadoras, a weekly TV show that hosts feminist activists in Mexico. In partnership with Luchadoras and La Sandía Digital, we are 2016 Womanity Award finalists, joining forces to tackle violence against women through ICTs.... Read More

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