Gender

Adopting an integrated approach to women's rights, one that recognises the indivisibility of civil-political and socio-economic rights- we have aimed to produce cutting edge theoretical and policy frameworks on gender equality in the information society. Our research and advocacy are rooted in Southern feminist approaches to women's digital age citizenship, rejecting glib, one-size-fits-all approaches.

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IT for Change Invites Applications for a Two-day Online Institute on Feminist Perspectives on Digital Economy and Society
IT for Change 
invites applications for a 
Two-day Online Institute on Feminist Perspectives on Digital Economy and Society

October 13-14, 2021, 4 hours per day

Applications open until September 15, 2021

IT for Change is pleased to invite applications to attend a two-…

IT for Change, with support from the World Wide Web Foundation, is deepening the conceptual reflections on emerging feminist debates in platform society. By engaging in nuanced debates, dialogues and discussions on women in digital economy, we seek to build influence in shaping public debate in this domain. This will be done through the…

Call for Proposals: National Gender Fellowships on Gender and the Digital Economy

The Call for Proposals under the IT for Change National Gender Fellowships (Track 1 and 2) is now closed for further applications.
We are overwhelmed with the response we've received and wish to thank each one of you for your application. We are still going through all of the submissions and will be announcing a shortlist in the coming…

Anita Gurumurthy spoke at an online conference entitled "Countering the Effects of the Pandemic: Women’s Viewpoints" organized by the "women and girls" working group of the Civil BRICS as a run up to a BRICS civil society forum happening later this year.

Anita spoke about "Feminist Pathways to Digital Transformation Post-Pandemic – Some…

IT for Change’s research – as part of our project Recognize, Resist, Remedy – has demonstrated a need for legal-institutional reform to combat sexist hate online. There is also a global acknowledgement today, such as from the Council of Europe and the EU, that sexist hate speech online needs to be addressed by the law. In India, the 273rd Law…

IT for Change contributed an input on gender and digital technology in the post-Covid moment to a report for the NITI Aayog, titled 'Covid-19: Impact on Women and Girls'. This report was prepared by a group of organizations working for gender equality and women's empowerment. The input is based on our ongoing project, ‘…