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Our vision is a society where women are empowered through use of ICTs for sustainable development. Mission is to promote strategic and innovative use of ICT4D.
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'Gbénga Ṣẹ̀san May 20
. is looking for a bilingual Communications Officer (in Cameroon, Nigeria, Togo, Tanzania or Zambia) to help manage media relations, lead communication innovation and make sure we don't wink in the dark (after doing great work). See details at
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Access Now May 20
Worried about social media shutdown? Download app to test if websites or social media are blocked.
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African School on Internet Governance 13h
Have you taken a look at the draft Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression in Africa? Public consultation is open till 1 July. Contribute! Follow link : - with
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Access Now 24h
If you suspect an internet shutdown or social media blocking in and you are not sure what to do, please call this 24-hour helpline: +265 885 979 567.
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Index on Censorship 14h
Join the fight against censorship by becoming a member of 1972 Club
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Women of Uganda Netw 15h
Replying to @hatimsusan @fxinternet
Post - We can use; - Offline tools like international law, processes like the UPR - Free speech globally renowned platforms like SIF to critique harmful govt actions/decisions, demand for & amplify voices that protect online rights & freedoms
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The Web Foundation May 20
🔍 Looking for an exceptional based candidate with experience working at a strategic level with a busy senior executive team. 🙋🙋‍♂️Sound like you? Apply now & join us in the fight as Special Assistant to the President & CEO:
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Akina Mama wa Afrika May 20
CALL FOR ARTICLES! will take place from 31st July to 2nd August 2019 under the theme “Silencing Our Fears and Fearing Our Silence”. On behalf of the UFF Working Group, we invite Ugandan feminists to submit papers and art on the above theme. More:
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Bronwen Robertson May 18
Deadline May 31: 's Africa Digital Rights Fund offers flexible rapid response grants between $1,000 - $10,000 to support orgs to advance digital rights. A great opportunity!
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Fabian Wabbel May 16
Please retweet: venture and ready to enter the Swiss market? Partner with major corporations today by applying for our open innovation program (Hint: We do not take equity or fees)
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Women of Uganda Netw May 17
Thanks goes to for the participation in this chat
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Sandra Aceng May 17
The internet is used for social networking, communication, online banking, e-payments, watching online news, marketing, sharing content that matters and carrying out our daily tasks
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Lau.in.Uganda May 17
@ Wougnet I think making ITC a save place for women and also giving them training on how to use it if a very good start ! :)
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Women of Uganda Netw May 17
That was our last question for today we can reflect on these question and reply to them with extra answers lets keep the conversation going.
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Sandra Aceng May 17
We must take into consideration of who can't access and use tech and why? Who isn't showing up at your ICT and women's empowerment program
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NYASUNA PATRICIA May 17
Link women with resources for achieving economic empowerment, economic empowerment is key in bridging the Gender digital divide
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Sandra Aceng May 17
Replying to @wougnet
The real reason we can't act the last several hundreds of millions of women online comes down to the fact there are people in their community who don't want women online
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Women of Uganda Netw May 17
What are some strategies that civil society can play in accelerating the right to information and bridging standardization gaps?
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Letowon Saitoti Abdi May 17
We can change these ways by conducting training on internet usage in regions where internet usage is limited
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NYASUNA PATRICIA May 17
Replying to @wougnet
The internet is a very powerful tool for education and sharing opportunities all over the world. It is a space that if used well can tackle challenges slowing national and global development
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