This International Women's Month, we reflect on what presently shapes women's participation in the online arena. We go on to ask "What must change?", for a more inclusive online community.
Violence against women
By Juliet Nanfuka | Towards the end of 2015, the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) under the OpenNet Africa initiative convened some of Africa’s leading thought leaders to discuss the various facets of internet freedom in Africa. The Forum on Internet Freedom in East Africa is one of very few gatherings that assemble an African […] Read More
By Evelyn Lirri | The story of a 19-year-old student from Kenya who committed suicide after a man she met through Facebook threatened to publish her nude photos came to the limelight on the heels of the opening day of the Forum on Internet Freedom in East Africa, which took place in Kampala, Uganda. The […] Read More