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Wednesday, May 16 • 16:00 - 17:00
#feministinternet: Where is our movement now and where are we going?

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Feminists movements around the world recognize the internet as an important site for the struggle for sexual and reproductive health rights, gender equality, empowerment, and liberation. This workshop will revisit the Feminist Principles of the Internet (FPI) that are divided into 5 broad clusters: Access, Movement, Economy, Expression, and Embodiment/Agency. After 3 global convenings aimed at imagining and building a feminist internet, the workshop aims to answer the following questions: where are we and where are we going in terms of the FPI?

This workshop is envisioned to last from 1.5 to 2 hours and will be divided into two: a) ground-clearing; and b) action planning. The "clearing the ground" part will be devoted to re-examining the FPI through the lens of feminist acts of resistance offline and online. After clearing the ground, the participants will break into small groups based on the FPI clusters and are expected to develop action plans that they can adopt or implement in their contexts.

Moderators
avatar for Naomi Fontanos

Naomi Fontanos

Executive Director, Gender and Development Advocates (GANDA) Filipinas
Writer/educator. Internet freedom advocate. Trans, gender and sexuality, human rights, peace and development activist. Feminist.

Speakers
avatar for Sara Baker

Sara Baker

Take Back the Tech! Campaign Team Coordinator, Association for Progressive Communications
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Hyra Basit

Digital Rights Foundation
avatar for Dhyta Caturani

Dhyta Caturani

Digital Integrity Fellow, Open Technology Fund
avatar for Jac sm Kee

Jac sm Kee

Women's Rights Programme Manager, Association for Progressive Communication
avatar for Japleen Pasricha

Japleen Pasricha

Founder, Feminism in India
avatar for Erika Smith

Erika Smith

Mexico capacity building and networking coordinator, Association for Progressive Communications


Wednesday May 16, 2018 16:00 - 17:00
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