Tag: gender-based violence
Six Latin American activist organizations you can support for International Women’s Day
On International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating the hard work of six activist organizations in Latin America that are making digital spaces safer for women during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Meerim Ilyas to help Access Now Grants target support for digital rights activists at the front lines
We’re excited to welcome Meerim Ilyas to the Access Now Grants program’s Advisory Board, and to share her reflections on the human rights challenges we face and how funding organizations should respond.
Facebook in the era of #EnaZeda: A toxic or liberating platform for women?
Thousands of women have shared their stories as part of the #EnaZeda campaign, Tunisia’s version of #MeToo. For International Women’s Day, we are sharing lessons on the potential and limitations of social media for amplifying women’s voices and catalyzing the movement for equality in the digital era.
UPR review: Gender divide and the limitations to freedom of expression in Bolivia
Access Now joined Fundación Internet Bolivia and Derechos Digitales to report on the state of digital rights in the country.
Saving the U.N. “Internet Resolution” from sharks circling in Geneva
The flaws in the consensus resolution show that those committed to human rights must engage even more deeply to ensure the most vulnerable are protected.
Internet rights in focus: 38th session of the Human Rights Council
Our joint review with APC of the internet and human rights issues at stake in the 38th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, June 18-July 6