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UN Namibia 🇺🇳 24 Mar 18
Students, young professionals & various stakeholders discuss ending online against across the 🌍 & in .
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The OU in Wales Nov 5
Today we’ll be discussing what can be done to tackle online abuse against women. Here are the great speakers we'll have joining us:
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Online Misogyny & Hate May 7
Whose side is Twitter on: misogynists or women in public life? Excellent coverage of the problem ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ are researching on!
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Stirling Law School Mar 14
news! Dr Kim Barker is speaking today with on Violence Against Women in Politics & online abuse
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The OU in Wales Nov 5
addresses today’s discussion on online abuse against women
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Michelle Matheron Nov 5
As ever provides a spot on analysis of the portrayal of women in the media and the lack of female roles on women in public life. Treatment of women online has a direct impact on them not wanting to take on public roles or moving away from them
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Internet Society Namibia 24 Mar 18
Our panel discussion begins in an hour. If you are keen on joining the discussion online please register here
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Stirling Law School Jun 18
! Dr Kim Barker is presenting research on: ‘Global Sexual Harassment as the Antithesis of Equality’ today at the University of Stockholm with of
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Nashilongo Dec 5
Join me in Twitter chat on 6th December 2018 at 3 pm (GMT) We’ll be discussing the importance of multi-stakeholder collaboration to ensure safety challenges don’t prevent women & girls from accessing and using the internet
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Nashilongo Sep 27
So what do you do when you witness violence online? Do you block? Report? Or go to the Police to open a case? Police forces globally are now equipped with mechanisms to counter Cybercriminal. There are DigitalForensics gather evidence & report
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Dr Olga Jurasz Nov 5
shares her experiences of representing in and abusive comments received as a in a public role.
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NUS Wales Nov 5
“Let not one of us give up until no young woman who wants an education has to think twice about speaking up” - NUS Wales President at ’s event today.
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Dr Olga Jurasz Jan 29
Only 1 week left until & I launch our new book 'Online as a ' in Edinburgh. We'll be joined by and Micheál Ó Floinn. Free but registration required! Details here:
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Internet Society Namibia 23 Mar 18
Who perpetrates Online Violence Against Women (IYO)? @NamIGF2017 @LAC_Namibia
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Stirling Law School Nov 5
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Nashilongo 11 Aug 18
And yes, Online Violence Against Women, mostly targets visible women as it targets those not too visible. Stop it. It’s not okay
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Online Misogyny & Hate May 15
Looks like a great event on a key topic for women today - disappointed to be missing out and not getting to discuss research from our book on ‘Online Misogyny as a Hate Crime’
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Dr Olga Jurasz Nov 5
reminds us about the importance of online and calls for greater financing to and through better and understanding our responsibilities online.
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Dr Olga Jurasz Jan 24
and I are launching our book on 'Online as a Hate Crime' in Cardiff on 12 Feb. We'll be joined by wonderful speakers: . Join us for discussion & drinks reception afterwards!
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Michelle Matheron Nov 5
Struck at today’s event by the fact that the same victim shaming / excluding narrative that tells women not to wear short skirts or get drunk is the same as the one telling them not to participate online to avoid abuse. Not acceptable.
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