Internet Democracy Project: Fighting gendered surveillance and access disparities in India
The Internet Democracy Project, based in New Delhi, documents how technology can deepen the scrutiny that women are subject to in the digital age, and fights back against gender-based restrictions to privacy and free expression.
In 2018, honoring women, transgender, and non-binary persons will make the internet safer for everyone
We know inclusion matters, yet all too often women and non-binary persons are excluded from the conversation. That makes us less secure, and it has to change.
Why inclusion matters
We are creating tools and systems that discriminate against vulnerable populations and make the internet less secure. That has to change.
How the Digital Rights Foundation is empowering women to defend their rights
Nighat Dad says the internet needs more women if we want a better future for everyone. Here’s how her organization is working to amplify their voices.
Mobile World Congress can do better on human rights
The largest conference on mobile technology should more inclusive, and demonstrate more awareness of how the tech impacts human rights.
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.