Community Voices: The Bachchao Project fights for gender rights online
The Bachchao Project is a techno-feminist collective working at the intersection of technology and gender rights, bridging the gap between tech developers and end users in at-risk communities.
Introducing the new RightsCon look and vision
We’re excited to share with you an important update: RightsCon has undergone a few important changes recently.
Open letter to the organizers of the RSA Conference
Access Now is urging the conference organizers to take steps immediately to ensure an inclusive, representative, and fully informed discussion.
The gender of surveillance: how the world can work together for a safer internet
For gender equality by 2030, civil society and governments need to collaborate on preventing gendered surveillance.
Why inclusion matters
We are creating tools and systems that discriminate against vulnerable populations and make the internet less secure. That has to change.
Internet shutdowns, gender, Net Neutrality, and more at the United Nations
Your guide to the digital rights issues under discussion at the 35th session of the U.N. Human Rights Council.
Writing women into history: feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-thons in India
Japleen Pasricha describes how Wikipedia Edit-a-thons can help correct gender bias online and empower women in India and beyond.
How Access Now is working to bridge the gender “digital divide”
It’s International Women’s Day. Here’s how we’re working to make the internet a more inclusive, equitable, and safe place for everyone.
Join Access Now’s team: Systems Admin and Sub-Saharan African Policy Analyst
Are you the right person for one of these roles? Take a look and apply!
Access Now Grants: our year in review and changes ahead
We’ve awarded 34 grants and disbursed over $700,000 to support digital rights globally. Here’s a look at the details and what’s next.