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👱🏻‍♀️GirlBoss Jun 17
Taking some time off from 🤪😜🤪
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Deborah Brown 6h
It's critical to address the impact of on multiple rights, for example through collaboration btwn UNSRs. Like this joint statement by &
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Audrey Truschke Jun 12
Just a reminder of what women--academics, journalists, activists, artists, and others--face, especially when talking about India. If reading such language upsets you, think about what it's like to wake-up to such things day after day.
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Prachi Rao Jun 18
Jessica Valenti: We would never say don’t walk down the street, then why do we expect women to not utilize social media which is our public square
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Fanny Hidvegi 6h
If you're following the "Violence and abuse against women on social media" panel make sure you check out this report on by
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zoyazech 6h
Question is how can Dalit women still facing access issues , deal with online abuse & violence?
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Engender Scotland 9h
The panel kicks off with from talking about the findings of the recent campaign and the inadequate remedies in place to combat online abuse.
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Applied Gender Studies at Strathclyde 9h
Juliet Swann from kicking off our afternoon wi overview of Amnesty's report
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GEMscot 8h
research shows that women moderate and alter their behaviour online - but women in the media *have* to be online for their work. Where is their protection?
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Leah | Léá Ní Riabhaigh 🐊🌹 Jun 15
Just read bitter tweets directed at Jo Swinson MP - who is nine months pregnant and spent hours in HoC this week voting on EU (W) Bill amendments - accusing her of using pregnancy as an excuse+ that she should have had child earlier b/c she knew this term was busy.
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Prachi Rao Jun 18
Amnesty USA is getting IRL about online harassment. Join us in stopping online violence against women
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Applied Gender Studies at Strathclyde 9h
report reveals btwn 42% (Denmark) & 80% (Sweden) women across Europe & US agree that abuse & harassment of women online common
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Amnesty UK Jun 13
Inspiring piece by – the trolls on try to silence women, but women will prevail. Read now: via
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Briony Potts 6h
AI campaign said many women silence/censor themselves on twitter in response to abuse, said mass trolling as deliberate tactic to silence +lack of transparency in how reported abuse treated Violence+abuse against women online event
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GEMscot 8h
Women in the public eye on Twitter all have to set their own boundaries of what they will tolerate, what they will report, and what might make them quit social media.
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Applied Gender Studies at Strathclyde 8h
81% of UK women n report had changed their behaviour online because of abuse
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Applied Gender Studies at Strathclyde 8h
Full report can be accessed here: struck by parallels wi work in street harassment & women's awareness of risk in all situations.
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Applied Gender Studies at Strathclyde 9h
reveals imperative 4 women journalists of being on Twitter despite high personal costs. V much the case 4academia 2 - as irony if live tweeting presentation on Twitter abuse suggests
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Engender Scotland 9h
You can find out more about the camaign here:
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GEMscot 9h
hearing about the campaign from of - you can find out more info here
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