FII Founder Japleen Pasricha conducted a workshop on online safety for young adolescents at UNICEF India's Digital Wellness Carnival.
FII launched a series of 4 videos where women spoke out about their experiences of the internet for its campaign on online safety – #DigitalHifazat.
Being a queer woman on the internet can have the same challenges as the offline sphere, but can also has the empowering potential to connect, express and wage resistance.
Freedom of speech as a fundamental right on paper is still largely a privilege in practice. A privilege limited to few and far between.
All in all, it's just another dick on my wall. (We don't need no unsolicited dick pics!) #DigitalHifazat
My idea of a feminist internet is a network that has no looming presence of state machinery in it, for assertion is impossible then.
I am a Queer Sikh Trans man born in America, and I do not know the number of people like me in this world.
Technology has made leaps in helping blind people live a fuller life, however, it's not enough. A more accessible internet should be the future.
An unfiltered truth is that gender-based violence will continue to follow women online as long as the world is tilted towards patriarchy.
How do Dalit women use the internet to fight back against patriarchal and casteist forces? Listen to these three Dalit women talk about #DigitalHifazat.