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Mariana Lopez Jan 29
Let's keep raising awareness of how safety concerns can hinder women's digital inclusion. Last year reached half a million people with this message
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GRIS Global Dec 4
RT equals: Coming on Thursday this week: EQUALS and WomenSIGISOC will host a Twitter Chat at 3 PM GMT. Follow us, share your views and learn how multistakeholder groups can improve online safety for women and girls.
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EQUALS Dec 7
The EQUALS Access Coalition develops strategies for bridging the gender digital divide. Many women and girls can't use the internet and all its benefits due to gender-based online violence. Support . Learn more:
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Rodrigo Morán Dec 6
More for amazing young leaders like , who's shaping the way women engage with Technology in El Salvador 💪🇸🇻
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GSMA Mobile for Development Dec 6
GSMA proudly supports EQUALS and this global movement to close the digital gender divide. We are committed to ensure that women can access and use the internet safely. Join us in raising awarness and show your support by sharing
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The Web Foundation Dec 3
Many women and girls remain offline. The EQUALS Access Coalition is committed to close the digital gender gap and to help women have a safe experience online. Share this post to show your support. Visit
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Geek Girls LatAm 💜 Dec 6
Twitter tips para el Tweetchat 💜👩‍💻 ⬇️⬇️⬇️
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UN Human Rights Dec 5
How can we better fight abuses against women online? "We don't want misogyny to hijack the online space, perpetuating discrimination & exclusion."
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Liliane ! Dec 3
Always include the chat hashtag in your responses:
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Women SIG Dec 10
joins the for the Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women by raising awareness of the threats that women face online ➡️
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The Web Foundation Dec 6
Safety concerns around the internet should not be used as an excuse to deny women access. Learn more about what the members of the EQUALS Access Coalition are doing to close the digital gender gap
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Aida Mahmutović Dec 2
As part of , join and Twitter Chat, 6 December 2018, 3 PM GMT. Exchange on the importance of multistakehder collaboration to ensure safety challenges that prevent and from accessing and using the
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Associació FORGENDER SEAL Dec 7
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Liliane ! Dec 3
Follow the and account to join us in the conversation and use the hashtags Join the TweetChat on Thursday, 6th December 2018 at 3 pm (GMT) at 5 pm (GMT)
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GSMA Mobile for Development Dec 6
In our study, Triggering mobile internet use among men and women in South Asia, we found that in certain countries the internet can be seen as a male space resulting in many women being scared of using mobile internet. Full report:
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Amoka-Mohammed (Mrs) Dec 6
Replying to @WomenSIGISOC
. Problems that arises depends on individual countries. What civil societies can do us rally around the government of their countries to ensure there are policies/acts that allow for digital inclusion of women and girls.
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Manuela Peralta Dec 6
Definitely true, we need to keep it up with more campaigns to empower women. Empowerment is the key.
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GSMA Mobile for Development Dec 8
The EQUALS Access Coalition joins efforts to work towards the elimination of violence against women with this brand new page
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Women SIG Dec 8
Learn more about the different actions of the members of the EQUALS Access Coalition are taking to reduce the gender gap in internet access
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Global Shapers Rome Dec 6
. is hosting a live Twitter chat today with regarding online safety and gender inequality in internet access! Join the discussion to learn how we can improve online safety for women and girls:
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