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  • Title: TakeBackTheTech
    Descriptive info: .. English.. Español.. Français.. Search this site:.. TAKE ACTION.. 16 daily actions.. what are daily actions?.. ideas kitchen.. daily action library.. map it!.. WRITE.. blog with us.. recent posts.. blog roll.. CREATE.. banners logos.. digital postcards.. print screens.. videos.. how to create and upload content.. VIEW | LISTEN.. printscreens.. campaign images.. video.. audio.. ORGANISE.. start a campaign.. campaign kit.. visuals multimedia.. campaign faq.. CONNECT.. TBTT campaigns.. share your campaign.. spread the word.. translate localise.. meet other campaigners.. KNOW MORE.. the issue.. domestic violence.. sexual harrassment and violence.. trafficking of women.. conflict situations.. communication rights.. more resources.. BE SAFE.. privacy.. cyberstalking.. passwords.. online browsing.. emails.. online chat.. mobile phones.. toolkit.. DIGITAL STORIES.. ABOUT.. the campaign.. people behind the campaign.. how to use this site.. Private | Public: Join us for this year's campaign!.. What is the line between private and public online? Define it.. #privacyismyright #16days #takebackthetech.. Tweet.. #Privacy: Has your private life been made public without your consent? #mapit #takebackthetech #16days http://bit.. ly/Us79IB.. What different forms of violence against women and girls occur online? http://bit.. ly/15g0uEm #16days #takebackthetech.. What are the safety issues experienced by sexual rights activists? #16days #takebackthetech http://bit.. ly/1dSoyiC.. What does privacy look like in an age of social media and mass surveillance? #privacyismyright #16days #takebackthetech.. #Privacy: How public is your private life? Has someone used your photo without permission? #mapit #takebackthetech #16days http://bit.. Dont let your experience of #vaw online go unreported.. Name it, report it, make it count.. Map it here: bit.. ly/Us79IB #16days #takebackthetech.. Take a personal pledge NOT to forward violence.. Don't let #rape become #viral! #16days #takebackthetech http://bit.. ly/1bjDLxd.. Tell the world why #privacy is important to you! #privacyismyright #takebackthetech #16days.. #Privacy is key for our safety.. We have the right to access information and express ourselves freely without fear.. #takebackthetech #16days.. Previous.. Pause.. Next.. What is the line between private and public? Is it the home? The body? Is it about thoughts, relationships or spaces? What about the digital spaces that increasingly take up room  ...   Bali, Indonesia from 19th to 21st October 2013.. The meeting was organized by the Association for Progressive.. Some unfortunate aspects of social media in Pakistan.. With increased interneti penetration in Pakistan, the youth of the country has taken enthusiastically to connecting and socializing via social media networks.. It has allowed expres.. Like being on the street: Women and online abuse.. This is the second in a series of posts reporting on the day-long “Connect Your Rights!” meeting held in Mumbai in November 2013.. The meeting explored topics such as tools to comba.. Women Human Rights Defenders International Coalition (WHRD IC) celebrates International Women Human Rights Defenders Day – 29 No.. Kablogs.. November 29th is a day of recognition for women human rights defenders, and it is a day to commemorate activism, advocacy and courageous acts of resistance.. Desde MX: 10 mujeres que han hecho maravillas con las TIC.. Del 25 de noviembre al 10 de diciembre, Dominemos la tecnología se une a los 16 días de activismo contra la violencia de género, que DAY 4 |.. Crowdmapping Sexual Harassment in India.. This is the first in a series of posts reporting on the day-long “Connect Your Rights!” meeting held in Mumbai in November 2013.. The meeting explored topics such as tools to combat.. Towards internet intermediary responsibility.. A key pillar of the internet freedom movement is the concept that internet intermediaries should be immune from liability for any content hosted on their sites.. Yet there is a clea.. Pulling back the veil of free speech?.. International human rights law provides for a strong right to free expression that must be tempered by the need to protect against hate speech, or speech that incites violence, inc.. Tweets about "#takebackthetech".. Sidebar Feed.. What is this?.. User login.. Log in using OpenID:.. What is OpenID?.. Username:.. *.. Password:.. Log in using OpenID.. Cancel OpenID login.. Create new account.. Request new password.. Take Back The Tech in Twitter.. |.. Facebook.. de.. li.. cious.. rss.. FAQ.. Contact.. Privacy.. About..

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  • Title: TakeBackTheTech
    Descriptive info: PARTICIPAR.. 16 acciones diarias.. ¿Qué son las acciones diarias?.. cocina de ideas.. acciones diarias anteriores.. ¡arma tu mapa!.. ESCRIBIR.. entradas recientes.. ka-BLOG con nosotras.. CREAR.. calcomanías e íconos.. logos y gráficos.. postales digitales.. cámara en mano.. VER | ESCUCHAR.. tarjetas postales.. imágenes de la campaña.. MOVILIZAR.. kit de campaña.. imágenes y multimedia.. CONECTAR.. actua donde estés.. cómo organizar una campaña.. comparte tu campaña.. difundir.. traducir y localizar.. conocer a otras en la campaña.. CONOCER MÁS.. la problemática.. acoso y violencia sexual.. trata de mujeres.. derechos a la comunicación.. CUIDARSE.. contraseñas.. ciberacoso.. proteger datos personales.. navegación segura por internet.. correo electrónico.. mensajería instantánea.. teléfonos móviles.. seguridad en línea.. RELATOS DIGITALES.. ACERCA DE.. la campaña.. quienes somos.. Publico | privado: Define tu limite.. No a la violencia contra las mujeres y las niñas en el ciberespacio #OrangeDay #Mapealo http://ow.. ly/nhZrt.. ¿Cómo podemos utilizar tecnologías xa poner fin a la violencia de género? Tweetup #orangeday,25/7,8:30amIST &11amEDT http://owl.. li/nd7Ir.. 7 de cada 10 mujeres experimentan violencia.. Acaba con la agresión.. Toma acción.. #OrangeDay  ...   #dominemoslastic #VAW.. Culpar a la víctima http://bit.. ly/15w94hT #OrangeDay #genderIT #VAW.. ¿Cuál es el límite entre lo privado y lo público? ¿Es el hogar? ¿El cuerpo? ¿Se trata de pensamientos, relaciones, o espacios? ¿Qué pasa con los espacios digitales que cada vez ocupan más lugar en nuestras vidas?.. Acompáñanos a partir del 25 de noviembre y juntas exploraremos este terreno cambiante de lo público y privado.. Define tu límite.. Da forma a tu espacio.. Puedes aprender más acerca de la campaña este año.. aquí.. Consulta el sitio web para acciones diarias del 25 de noviembre hasta el 10 de diciembre.. #dominemoslastic #privacidad #16días.. /es/take-action/2013/11/25-0.. MI DERECHO.. files/imagecache/calendar/8521624548_fe3b21051d_0.. /es/node/5589.. CUERPOS PRIVADOS.. files/imagecache/calendar/photo-2.. /es/take-action/2013/11/27.. LÍNEAS BORROSAS.. files/imagecache/calendar/4603000911_feb930fa9c_0.. /es/node/5601.. MUJERES EN LAS TIC.. files/imagecache/calendar/SIF13_DorothyOkello-1_0.. /es/node/5623.. NUESTRAS DEFENSORAS.. files/imagecache/calendar/Womens_rights_protest_in_Egypt7_0.. /es/node/5604.. MAPEA TU CUERPO.. files/imagecache/calendar/carry_0.. /es/node/5652.. PRIVACIDAD MÉDICA.. files/imagecache/calendar/HCCH-medical_records_0.. /es/take-action/2013/12/2.. LA VIOLENCIA PRIVADA.. files/imagecache/calendar/Protest_violence_against_women_chile_0.. /es/node/5666.. DISCAPACIDAD.. svg__0.. /es/node/5687.. LA CONTRASEÑA.. files/imagecache/calendar/445px-Old_lock.. /es/node/5667.. EL ACOSO EN LÍNEA.. 28_0.. /es/take-action/2013/12/6.. OCUPAR LOS ESPACIOS.. files/imagecache/calendar/file0001256259621.. /es/take-action/2013/12/7.. /es/take-action/2013/12/8.. /es/take-action/2013/12/9.. /es/take-action/2013/12/10.. Tweets about "#dominemoslasTIC".. ¿Qué es esto?.. Crear nueva cuenta..

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    Descriptive info: AGIR.. 16 actions quotidiennes.. Que sont les actions quotidiennes?.. idées.. campagnes précédentes.. cartographiez-les!.. ÉCRIRE.. bloguez avec nous.. contributions récentes.. VISIONNER | ÉCOUTER.. bannières et logos.. cartes postales digitales.. images des campagnes.. vidéos.. S ORGANISER.. commencez votre propre campagne.. kit de la campagne.. matériaux visuels et multimédia.. FAQ pour campgagnes.. SE CONECTER.. agissez localement.. partagez votre campagne.. partagez la nouvelle.. traduction et localisation.. rencontrez d autres activistes.. POUR PLUS D INFORMATION.. quel est l enjeu?.. l harcèlement sexuel et la violence.. RESTER EN SÉCURITER.. les mots de passe.. protéger la vie privée.. navigation en ligne sécurisée.. e-mail.. chat en ligne.. téléphones mobiles.. la sécurité en ligne.. HISTOIRES NUMERIQUES.. A PROPOS DE.. la campagne.. Public | prive : Definis  ...   notre vie?.. Rejoins la campagne Réappropries-toi la technologie! en exigeant notre droit à la vie privée, une composante essentielle de l'élimination de la violence faite aux femmes.. Du 25 novembre au 10 décembre, Réapproprie-toi la technologie! Vous invite à faire une action par journée afin de mettre à terme la violence à l'égard des femmes.. /fr/node/5581.. MON DROIT.. files/imagecache/calendar/8521624548_fe3b21051d_1.. /fr/node/5588.. CORPS PRIVÉS.. files/imagecache/calendar/photo-2_1.. /fr/take-action/2013/11/27.. UNE DISTINCTION FLOUE.. files/imagecache/calendar/4603000911_feb930fa9c_1.. /fr/node/5602.. FEMMES DES TIC.. files/imagecache/calendar/SIF13_DorothyOkello-1_1.. /fr/node/5624.. NOS DÉFENSEURS.. files/imagecache/calendar/Womens_rights_protest_in_Egypt7_1.. /fr/node/5605.. VOTRE CORPS.. files/imagecache/calendar/carry_1.. /fr/node/5637.. CONFIDENTIALITÉ MÉDICALE.. files/imagecache/calendar/HCCH-medical_records_1.. /fr/take-action/2013/12/2-0.. LA VIOLENCE PRIVÉE.. files/imagecache/calendar/Protest_violence_against_women_chile_1.. /fr/node/5663.. LE HANDICAP.. svg__1.. /fr/node/5682.. MOT DE PASSE.. files/imagecache/calendar/445px-Old_lock_1.. /fr/node/5664.. LE HARCÈLEMENT.. 28_1.. /fr/node/5665.. PRENEZ DE LA PLACE.. files/imagecache/calendar/file0001256259621_1.. /fr/take-action/2013/12/7.. /fr/take-action/2013/12/8.. /fr/take-action/2013/12/9.. /fr/take-action/2013/12/10.. Créer un nouveau compte..

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  • Title: DAY 11 | RECLAIM OUR PUBLIC SPACES | DENOUNCE ONLINE HARASSMENT | TakeBackTheTech
    Descriptive info: Home.. ›.. DAY 11 | RECLAIM OUR PUBLIC SPACES | DENOUNCE ONLINE HARASSMENT.. What are daily actions?.. From 25 Nov to 10 Dec, Take Back The Tech! invites you to take one action per day to end violence against women.. Each daily action explores an issue of violence against women and its interconnection with communication rights, and approaches different communication platforms - online and off - in creative and tactical ways.. Take Back The Tech! End violence against women.. audio, video images.. imagination.. map.. pen, paper paint.. social networking platforms.. Sexual Harassment Violence.. Communication Rights.. There are currently.. 200 million more men than women who have access to the internet.. While some women simply have no access to digital devices, others are discouraged by online experiences.. A.. UN report.. shows that reasons for women s lack of access include cyber harassment and discrepancies between the ways men and women are represented in popular culture.. From insults to rape threats, women experience a range of.. online violence and abuse.. Chat users with female names receive.. 25 times the harassment.. as those with male names.. Nearly two-thirds of.. women gamers.. report harassment, causing one-third to temporarily quit playing.. Feminist journalists and activists endure a variety of.. violent threats on Twitter.. , and.. bloggers face frequent attacks.. How many bloggers have.. shut down their sites.. because of sexist insults and threats?.. Online harassment often includes serious privacy violations.. Women all over the world report having images stolen, sometimes photoshopped, and shared.. This has led to a.. long list.. of.. consequences for women.. , including fear of physical violence, depression, ostracism, job loss and suicide, and it s often referred to as.. revenge porn,.. although it s not always revenge and it s never porn.. It s an act of violence.. Harassment is meant to silence us and push us out of public spaces.. We have  ...   a screenshot and share it with us.. Or write, draw, paint or film a message about your right to exist in online spaces without fear of harassment.. Make demands, express how it feels to be threatened or suggest ways to end cyber harassment.. Share it with your network and.. upload it to our site.. to share with other campaigners.. We won t stand for online harassment.. Demand change! Spread the word!.. Calendar.. Add comment.. Subject:.. Comment:.. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.. Allowed HTML tags: a em strong cite code ul ol li dl dt dd p br img object embed blockquote.. Images can be added to this post.. Glossary terms will be automatically marked with links to their descriptions.. If there are certain phrases or sections of text that should be excluded from glossary marking and linking, use the special markup, [no-glossary].. [/no-glossary].. Additionally, these HTML elements will not be scanned:.. a, abbr, acronym, code, pre.. Insert Google Map macro.. More information about formatting options.. By submitting this form, you accept the.. Mollom privacy policy.. Daily Actions.. previous action::.. DAY 10 | PASSWORD SHARING | TRANSFORMING TRUST.. Browse actions by.. Previous Take Back The Tech.. 2013.. (12).. 2012.. (18).. 2011.. (19).. 2010.. (16).. 2009.. 2008.. (17).. 2007.. 2006.. (15).. (1).. Get daily actions on your blog! Just copy and paste this html code onto your blog or website, and get updated on the Take Back The Tech action of the day during the campaign.. Copy this link :.. a href= http://www.. takebackthetech.. net img src= http://www.. net/images/actions.. gif width= 145 height= 83 border= 0 alt= Take Back The Tech / /a.. on your blog for daily Take Back the Tech actions!.. a href="http://www.. net" img height="83" border="0" width="145" alt=" Dominemos la tecnología!" src="http://www.. net/images/actions-ESP.. gif" / /a.. net" img height="83" border="0" width="145" alt="Réapproprie-toi la technologie !" src="http://www.. net/images/actions-FR..

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  • Title: TakeBackTheTech
    Descriptive info: DAILY ACTIONS.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. ….. next ›.. last ».. previous action..

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  • Title: What are daily actions? | TakeBackTheTech
    Descriptive info: What are daily actions?.. From 25 November to 10 December Take Back the Tech invites campaigners to take one action every day to end violence against women.. Each daily action explores an issue of violence against women and its interconnection with communication rights, such as the right to privacy, freedom of expression and the right to information.. The actions approach different communication platforms - online and off - in creative and tactical ways.. You can take one action a day, or choose from actions that you feel strongly about.. You can also commit to just taking one action throughout the 16 days.. Organise with your friends and community to take action.. Engage in issues of violence against women and technology.. Learn and play with new communications tools.. And in the process, take control of technology for activism to end violence against women.. Just don't forget to.. share your action.. and grow the campaign!.. If you ideas for daily actions, add them to the.. Comments.. Safety and informal communities.. Submitted by feminist guest on Tue, 11/27/2012 - 14:56.. Informal and marginalized urban communities, no matter how vibrant and well established, inhabit a "no man's land" on the periphery of laws and institutions — fighting for recognition and for protection, both by and from the powers that be.. Security in informal settlements is complex — joining distinct, even competing groups in a bizarre dance of violence and vulnerability, collusion and corruption, demand and denial.. In these circumstances, how can residents of informal communities be safe from crime and coersion? How can the gap between the police and the poor be narrowed? What other options do slum residents have for keeping their families and property secure? Check out these reports from five featured cities — then join the conversation in the comments below.. Featured cities Nairobi Mumbai Jakarta Mexico City Rio de Janeiro Katy Fentress, Nairobi Community ManagerSlum security and community perceptions: Mathare insecurity Katy Fentress, Nairobi Community Manager On the 15th of October of this year, Hivisasa ("here and now" in Swahili), a Nairobi County online newspaper, reported on a demonstration that residents of Mathare Area 10 had staged "over what they termed as increasing insecurity in the area after two bodies were found mutilated and dumped by the roadside.. " The residents wanted to speak out against a criminal gang that had been terrorizing the area, killing people and robbing them of their belongings even in broad daylight.. According to the article, "they further said that they have been reporting the matter to the local chief without success, adding that the area chief could be colluding with the gang to conduct their criminal activities.. The angry residents blamed the police for laxity responding to their call.. " One of the residents interviewed underscored that they were demanding that a police station be established in Mathare Area 10, considering that the closest police station was in Pangani, a few miles away.. Community perceptions, gangs and the police These grievances were reflected in a study conducted shortly thereafter by Mathare mapper Javin Ochieng, who carried out a small survey in Mathare10 in order to establish what people in the area did to keep themselves safe, and what were the most pressing changes they would like to see to increase security in their neighborhood.. The survey, which used a sample of ten men and ten women, was intended to get a better feel for whether there were existing initiatives that could be built upon, or whether a total overhaul of the system would be needed.. Security in the slums is a delicate matter — one that involves different, often competing, interest groups.. According to a 2011 Humanitarian Policy Group (HPG) report entitled "Sanctuary in the city? Urban displacement and vulnerability in Nairobi": "In recent decades Nairobi has seen the emergence of several youth gangs,  ...   they are the most corrupt, they are the people who kill youth the most, they don't even care who they are killing.. The community feels suspicious of the police and there is a common view that they only protect those who can afford protection.. " Without the option of the police to turn to for protection, security most often takes the form of some sort of private organization.. In Kibera and Mukuru Kwa Njenga, the HPG reports that some residents and shopkeepers pay around 20 KES ($0.. 23) a week to young Masaai men to patrol the streets at night.. Community-based policing In Mathare, respondents to the survey also indicated that they were willing and often did pay private groups to oversee certain areas.. A few people, however, felt that giving youth the power to maintain order in the streets gave them the opportunity to become thugs themselves.. Others expressed a desire to see the community policing initiative that was put into place under the direction of President Mwai Kibaki restructured to better meet their needs.. In a 2005 Kenya police press release, we read that: "Since 2003, the government embraced community based policing.. Community policing is a continuous process, it is an approach to policing that recognizes the independence and shared responsibility of the police and the community in ensuring a safe and secure environment for all citizens.. It aims at establishing an active and equal partnership between the police and the public through which crime and community safety issues can be jointly discussed and solutions determined and implemented.. It identifies the security priorities of the community while tailoring policing to meet community needs and priorities.. The main aim of community policing is to improve the relationship between the police and members of the public, to reduce crime and alleviate fear of crime in the society.. " While community-based policing does in theory exist in Mathare, respondents of the survey did not feel it had lived up to its promises.. According to Ochieng, the people he interviewed widely felt that community policing in Mathare had not so far been successful.. "People don't think it's fruitful because those involved are old, rich, or connected to the provincial administration.. People feel that they have been left out of the project, which they feel is under-resourced and lacks a proper organizational structure.. Furthermore, there is a perception in the neighborhood that the community police are simply a body put there to spy on the youth so that they can report them to the government and have them killed off.. " Despite their suspicions, those surveyed widely felt that community policing did have the potential if it underwent a thorough restructuring that focused specifically on how to involve all parts of the community — including the youth for whom, if used correctly, this could be a real employment opportunity and a chance for them to contribute to their surrounding environment in a beneficial way.. The final question on the survey focussed on what residents felt their neighborhood needed in order to increase security.. The responses were surprisingly uniform, with the majority of people citing a definite need for CCTV in the area, which they felt would serve as a deterrent to crime.. Beyond that, people were keen to see more street lighting, to have either a police or a community-reporting center that was accessible to everyone, and to create more employment opportunities for the idle youth who were identified as the major perpetrators of crimes.. Questions Can crime-prone idle youth be "transformed" into defenders of the community? How? How can the gap between the community and the police be bridged? Who should be responsible for restructuring the community-policing initiative, and how should it be run? What other options do residents of informal settlements have to protect themselves from petty crime and violence?.. reply..

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  • Title: ideas kitchen | TakeBackTheTech
    Descriptive info: Our daily actions and campaign strategies come from ideas by campaigners and users who are taking up the tech.. We're looking for more! From simple ideas to elaborate plans.. Have thoughts? Share them here.. Just add your comments and help shape the campaign.. Or send us an email: ideas AT takebackthetech DOT org.. Be creative, strategic and challenging.. You can also be playful! This can help you think of actions that are engaging and interesting for people to take part in, and can also help you get more media attention for greater impact.. As a start, here are 3 questions that can help us to brainstorm  ...   highlight, especially if it is linked to ICT.. 3) Ideas for action, which can be creative, strategic or random.. suggestion.. Submitted by feminist guest on Tue, 04/01/2008 - 17:23.. I think it would be interesting to have a petition signed by women who vow not to attend a movie that has violence of any kind against women in it.. Quite frankly I love scary movies but I haven't seen one in years because they all make women 1- the victim, 2- the naked eyecandy for the male population, and or go overboard with violence (whatever happened to "leaving it to the mind"??).. I'll volunteer to sign first!!..

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    Descriptive info: Tool:.. Any.. webbrowser.. wiki.. Year:.. -Year.. 2014.. 2015.. 2016.. DAY 11 | RECLAIM OUR PUBLIC SPACES | DENOUNCE ONLINE HARASSMENT.. DAY 9 | INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES | RIGHT TO SEXUALITY.. DAY 8 | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MAKING PRIVATE VIOLENCE PUBLIC.. Day 7 | WORLD AIDS DAY | MEDICAL PRIVACY.. DAY 6 | DRAW YOUR LINES | MAP YOUR BODY.. DAY 5 | INTERNATIONAL DAY ON WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS | PROTECTING OUR DEFENDERS.. DAY 4 | TECH WOMEN | RESHAPING PUBLIC SPACE ONLINE.. DAY 3 | BLURRED LINES | CLEAR CONVERSATION.. DAY 2 | PUBLIC SPACES | PRIVATE BODIES.. DAY 1 | INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | PRIVACY IS MY RIGHT.. PUBLIC | PRIVATE: DEFINE YOUR LINE.. SHAPE YOUR SPACE.. TAKE BACK THE TECH! 2013.. Day 16 | Dec 10: International Human Rights Day | Listen.. Share.. Demand.. Day 15 | Misogyny online | Freedom of expression violence.. Day 14 | Stories of survival | Campaign spotlight: Take Back  ...   “internet world” | Campaign spotlight: Bosnia Herzegovina.. Day 8 | Love letters to end violence | Send your thoughts.. Day 7 | 1 Dec: World AIDS Day | Rights without discrimination.. Day 6 | Don t forward violence | Campaign spotlight: Take Back the Tech! Colombia.. Day 5 | 29 Nov: International Day on Women Human Rights Defenders | Herstories to shape history.. Day 4 | Freedoms not Fears | Campaign spotlight: Take Back the Tech! Philippines.. Day 3 | Violence mobile phones | What’s the story?.. Day 2 | From mythology to reality | Stories that matter.. Day 1 | International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women | Everyday sheroes.. 16 Days x 16 Stories: Tell.. Listen.. Act.. May 17 | World Internet Day IDAHO | What does internet freedom mean to you?.. «.. December.. ».. M.. T.. W.. F.. S.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31..

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  • Title: WE WANT TO TAKE OVER THE BLOGOSPHERE FOR 16 DAYS | TakeBackTheTech
    Descriptive info: WE WANT TO TAKE OVER THE BLOGOSPHERE FOR 16 DAYS.. Blog with us!.. Sign up for 16 days of blogging on your thoughts around violence against women.. Start a debate, share an idea, document your experience, pass on information, exercise your right to expression to end violence against women.. Blog with us!.. We want to take over the blogosphere for 16 days.. ka-BLOG.. ! is a 16-day blog fest for the Take Back the Tech Campaign.. It is open to anyone and everyone - girls, boys, everyone beyond and more -- who wants to share their thoughts, write poetry and prose, post graphics / pictures, rant, rave, heckle, provoke, explore and discuss about violence against women, and how online communications can worsen or help eliminate.. VAW.. If you are blogging, don't forget to.. tag your posts.. so we can aggregate them on this site, and amplify your voice!.. [In Filipino slang, ka-BLOG means someone you blog with.. ].. How to ka-BLOG?.. commit.. Commit yourself to 16 days of blogging about violence against women and technology.. email.. Emailjac AT apcwomen DOT org, with your blog address name/handle/nick OR.. Register a kaBLOGGER account in this website by clicking create account on the bottom right navigation.. Click on kaBLOG profile , and add your details.. identify.. Make it known by putting a takebackthetech icon on your blog - create your own or grab a few icons from our.. visuals and multimedia.. section.. post.. Post something about the how you think violence against women connects with information communications technology.. Anything goes! Just post one thing a day from 25 Nov to 10 Dec.. tag.. Use takebackthetech to.. your posts.. link.. Don't forget to send in your blog url and and we'll aggregate your posts to the campaign website throughout the 16 days.. expand.. Widen the campaign to your readers by linking the campaign site to your blog.. What to ka-BLOG! About?.. Anything as long as it's about violence against women and gender relations, and their connection to technology.. We've come up with some questions for exploration because we know can be difficult and exhausting to think of things to write about for 16 days:.. Do role playing games or communities promote sexual violence?.. Are webcam girls victims or sexually empowered?.. Is online harassment really harmful?.. How can right to privacy coexist with right to expression?.. Is sex online real or just harmless fantasy ?.. What does it mean to take back the tech when 5 billion people in the world have no internet access?.. The State can t even get serious about domestic violence, how is it possible for something like cyberstalking to be a public safety issue?.. The internet is for (porn?).. Should internet service providers like Yahoo! have a right to my data since they re free?.. Is internet censorship the only way to deal with violent or sexually degrading content?.. If you have any ideas, share it with us through email, or blog about it.. We'll find your post and add it to the list on the campaign website.. But also feel free to skip any of these and blog about anything that's on your mind :) It does not matter if the blog entries come in the form of jokes, limmericks, poetry, short stories, blurbs, graphics, pictures, articles, creative narratives.. Any language.. Your blogs can be in any language you're comfortable in.. We don't moderate, we just aggregate, so speak your mind!.. How to Tag.. Using a common tag will:.. make it easier for us to aggregate all the participating blogs; and.. make the campaign more visible on the WWW, specifically on blog search engines like Technorati.. It's quite easy.. Before posting your blog entry, cut and paste the following to the bottom of your entry:.. !-- technorati tags begin -- p style= font-size: 10px; ds_newline= align= right technorati tags: a href=.. http://technorati.. com/tag/takebackthetech.. rel= tag ds_newline= directory takebackthetech /a /p !-- technorati tags end --.. Don't have a blog? Want to keep yours private?.. For those of you:.. who don't want to use your personal / professional blogs.. who don't have any blogs of your own just yet.. You can post your ka-BLOG entries by creating an account on this campaign site.. Click on create an account on the bottom left navigation bar.. After you have set up your account (including verification of your email), create your ka-BLOG profile.. Each time you want to post an entry, click Create content blog entry.. And you're ka-BLOGGING :).. If you have any questions or problems getting started, send an email to seti AT apcwomen DOT  ...   de boissons ou encore à fabriquer certains produits destinés à la vente comme du yaourt ou du savon.. Des activités génératrices de revenus qui vont aider les veuves de PVV et leurs orphelins à subvenir à leurs besoins et les épanouir.. Les frais scolaires de certains orphelins et enfants vulnérables sont aussi pris en charge par ACS / AMO Congo.. Si Jeunesse Savait, RDCongo.. www.. mwasi.. cd.. ASADHO SE MUENT EN ENSEIGNANTS DES LOIS SUR LES VIOLENCES.. Submitted by MWASI on Fri, 12/04/2009 - 11:10.. Depuis 2006, la République Démocratique du Congo bénéficie de nouvelles lois sur les violences sexuelles.. Les lois N°06/018 et N°06/019 sont plus explicites, tiennent compte des réalités actuelles et sont plus dures.. Mais pour exiger leurs applications, il faut les connaître et surtout, il faut savoir qu’elles existent, ce qui n’est pas le cas pour la plupart des habitants de Kinshasa.. Conscient de ce déficit, l'Association de Défense des Droits de l’Homme ( Asadho)a décidé de prendre le taureau par les cornes.. Et c’est au cours des 16 jours d’activisme contre les violences faites à la femme que l’Asadho a décidé de bouger les choses.. Des membres de cette association, dûment formé parmi lesquels figurent plusieurs juristes sont descendus dans des écoles.. Toutes les 24 communes de Kinshasa, la capitale ont été visitées en raison de 3 écoles par jours, pour gagner ce pari, l’Asadho a commencé plutôt le 24 novembre au lieu du 25 novembre.. L’Asadho s’est donc donné pour mission d’apprendre aux élèves finalistes et pré finalistes ce que sont les nouvelles lois sur les violences sexuelles.. Grâce à des exposés et à des séances d’échanges, les formateurs expliquent aux élèves différents aspects des nouvelles lois sur les violences sexuelles.. Les élèves se montrent enthousiastes et réceptifs.. Ils avouent qu’ils ignoraient totalement l’existence de ces nouvelles lois.. Le fait que celle lois condamnent clairement en leurs articles 174d, 174i et 172CP, le harcèlement sexuel, la transmission délibérée des infections sexuellement transmissible comme le VIH Sida et l’excitation des mineurs à la débauchent a beaucoup intéressé les élèves.. Ils considéraient ces faits comme commun ou bénéficiant d’impunité.. Autre nouveauté pour les bleus blancs, la définition du viol, plus précise qui ne se limite plus à une relation sexuelle forcées et peut concerner l’homme comme la femme.. Au côté des formateurs de l’Asadho, des travailleurs du comité d’appui au travail social des rues participent à ces séances de sensibilisation qui ont débuté le 24 novembre et prendront fin le 10 décembre.. Durant ces 16 jours d’activisme, des points focaux de l’Asadho seront les yeux de la loi et dénonceront tout abus sexuel dont pourraient être victimes les élèves de ces établissement scolaires.. ATTEIGNONS ENSEMBLE LES ODM.. Submitted by MWASI on Fri, 12/04/2009 - 10:59.. « atteignons ensemble les objectifs du millenaire pour le developpement » , Cette phrase a été au centre de la journée mondiale des personnes vivant avec handicap, le 03 décembre.. Ce thème international paraît être un appel à redoubler d’effort lancé aux personnes en situation d’handicap.. En réalité, c’est une interpellation des Gouvernement à faire plus pour l’émancipation des personnes vivant avec handicap pour qu’à leur tour elles puissent contribuer à atteindre les objectifs du millénaire pour le développement.. Ils en sont capables, a clairement signifié Ban Ki Moon, secrétaire général des Nations-Unies dans son message pour l’occasion.. Entretemps à Kinshasa, plusieurs manifestations ont été organisées.. Dans la commune de Lemba à la paroisse Notre Dame d’Afrique, des personnes en situation d’ handicap ont réfléchi sur la possibilité pour eux d’atteindre les OMD.. Difficile, selon certains d’entre eux qui pensent que la politique gouvernementale, le regard de la société et l’appréhension qu’elles même ont de leurs situations sont des freins considérables.. Il faut dire que peu de personnes vivant avec handicap sont instruites ou convenablement soignés.. Résultat, le nombre de ceux qui travaille est insignifiant.. De plus à côté du manque de prise en charge, il y a la marginalisation encore très présente en RDC.. Le Président du réseau des comités des réadaptations communautaires de Handicap International l’a été explicite.. La marginalisation aujourd’hui, c’est dans les petits gestes de la vie qu’on la retrouve : un taximan qui refuse de prendre un boiteux craignant qu’il ne paye pas et bien d’autres exemples ont fait monter les larmes aux yeux des handicapés.. Des situations tristes vécues au quotidien par las personnes avec handicap en RDC.. Elles se disent pourtant suffisamment motivés pour continuer leurs combats pour la vie et pour l’autonomie et veulent contribuer le plus possible à la réalisation des Objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement..

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    Descriptive info: jennifer s blog.. Add new comment.. Read more.. Del 25 de noviembre al 10 de diciembre,.. Dominemos la tecnología.. se une a los.. 16 días de activismo contra la violencia de género.. , que.. dominemosTICMX s blog.. 1 comment.. Público | privado: Define tu límite.. ¡Dominemos la tecnología! 2013.. Dominemos la tecnología!.. Toma el control de la tecnología para eliminar la violencia contra las mujeres.. editor s blog.. Public | Private: Define your line.. Shape your space.. Take Back the Tech! 2013.. Take Back the Tech!.. Take control of technology to end violence against women.. 25 November to 10 December 2013.. Regalo verdadero el 8 de marzo.. El 8 de marzo Dominemos las TIC!.. apcerika s blog.. Response to article “The Islamic Solution to Stop Domestic Violence”.. by Samar Esapzai (@SesapZai), Shireen Ahmed (@_shireenahmed_), Vanessa D.. Rivera (Nasreen Amina @Nasreen_Vr), Ayesha Asghar(@ashsultana) and Hyshyama Hamin (@SisterhoodArt).. This article is in response to a post by Qasim Rashid of the Muslim Writers Guild of America titled,.. The Islamic Solution to Stop Domestic Violence.. " published in the Huffington Post's Religion Blog on March 5th, 2012.. Although this post came to our attention a year after it was written, as young Muslim women having worked with and/or written about gender-based violence issues that have personally affected some of us, we deemed it fit to respond.. Also, the points discussed in this article are not only limited to the particular post written by Rashid, but rather it addresses similar arguments that have been made by other writers as well on this issue.. It is a concern to us that Rashid uses the Quran verse 4:34 to explain that it therein contains the "Islamic solution" to domestic violence.. He states that according to one perspective of an American social scientist Dr.. James Q.. Wilson, known for his controversial works on the criminal justice system, that men are more prone to stimulations of anger and aggression and less capable of self-restraint.. This, we assume, the author took from one of Wilson’s essays, The Future of Blame in which he cites research from neuropsychiatrist, Dr.. Louann Brizendine, where Wilson merely states it as a "claim.. ” Interestingly, Wilson was also a rational choice theorist on the causation of crime and violence; he has made arguments on the terms that individuals make clear, rational decisions after evaluating all possibilities and does that which benefits them the most.. The theories, both biological and psychological, that claim women and men experience as well as react to anger and violence differently is not new.. Christa Reiser, author of Reflections on Anger: Women and Men in a Changing Society writes about how there are other variables such as socio-cultural norms; class and age differences; and process of socialization that explain how men and women react to anger.. She writes with regards to a previous research that, "Analysis of independent variables shows that men with low-self esteem, traditional gender roles and attitudes, adversarial sexual attitudes towards women, a history of sexual abuse, and who believe in rape myths generally score higher in hostility towards women.. ”.. So, for Rashid to state only one viewpoint about male violence and saying they have a natural inclination to violence against women is not  ...   at the same time, this interpretation is more of a “preventative” measure and not necessarily a “solution.. ”.. According to our understanding, verse 4:34 is seen as a one-way street when it comes to placing faultlines, as it rests on the prerequisite that the woman has endangered the relationship in some way.. In the instance where a husband may be at fault, Rashid indicates the solution as simply - “women who fear harm from their husbands, Islam gives women an even easier path: demand their husbands to stop their egregious behavior or file for divorce.. ” Here, the author is deeply mistaken if he believes the “easier path” would suddenly put an end to domestic violence.. Neither "demanding" nor "divorcing" is an option for many women, Muslim and non-Muslim alike.. This is because many are highly dependent on their male family members - both economically and socially - especially when it comes to their livelihood, security, and other dependencies.. Additionally, there are also socio-cultural burdens around ‘honour’ and ‘shame’, which affects many women at a deep psychological level.. Conversely, we know today that domestic violence is not only limited to spouses, for many children, elderly women, daughters, sisters and mothers etc.. are also subject to violence at the hands of their male family members, as well as female family members (i.. e.. a mother-in-law abusing the daughter-in-law and vice versa).. Hence, Rashid's method of rationalizing a solution to domestic violence using verse 4:34 requires a deeper analysis and review.. It is not only exclusionary, it is also inadequate to reach such a conclusion based on the living realities of Muslim women.. The root cause of gender-based violence is the imbalance of power between men and women, resulting in gender inequality and discriminatory patriarchal practices against women.. And in order to resolve this issue, a greater understanding and promotion of gender equality is necessary at all levels, including the promotion of positive masculinity (which the author appreciatively touches on) and shared gender roles.. The most highly erroneous assumption is that women are solely to blame for allowing domestic abuse and violence to occur, and this perspective needs to change.. Thus, men and women need to work collaboratively to address these issues at both the domestic and local levels, as well ensure that they raise their children in a community that believes - truly believes - that men and women are equal.. And this will only be possible through meaningful, rational and open-minded dialogue in order to gain a deeper understanding of the living realities that exist within the communities we live in.. ashsultana s blog.. Propagating Violence Through Music - Honey Singh.. The musician with rapey lyrics who was shut down in India is being welcomed by Pakistan, some 700 idiots are also planning to go to his concert, can someone plz tell the organisers to have some Go.. Talking about our bodies.. Stories 2012 s blog.. Harrassing feminists into silence.. Within Pakistan, there has been an interesting phenomenon of the Twitterati , the Twitter elites, the artists, the journalists, the designers, the political analysts, the bloggers, the.. Chadar Aur Char Diwari: Virtual Edition.. Submitted by Ahmed Yusuf for Take Back the Tech! 16 Stories x 16 Days campaign..

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    Descriptive info: Blog roll.. Ayesha.. Blog Site:.. http://www.. danceofred.. com.. Ash.. FMA_Gender.. Take Back the Tech Philippines.. Stirring the fire.. CathyAO.. Democratizadora de la Comunicación.. Tumbula.. Tumbula Women.. Jehan Ara.. In the Line of Wire.. just a common blogger.. harvard.. banat tiba.. banat tebaa.. Tong Sampah Kecil.. Tariq Zaman.. Mwasi.. sanjin.. net.. Hombres y mujeres participando en los telecentros de Nariño.. Los monstruos de las mujeres.. Experiencias de diversos grupos de masculinidades.. Colnodo.. Movimientos de hombres por la equidad de género.. Colombia: La tecnología, la mejor arma contra la discriminación de las mujeres en Juan Ignacio Cauca..

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