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Stockholm Internet Forum (SIF), Gender equality, Stockholm
End when 24 November 2015  +
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Feelings How was it ?  +
For whom is it organized Activists, Woman Human Rights defenders, W
Activists, Woman Human Rights defenders, Woman net activists, Human Rights Defenders, digital freedom rights The Forum aims to bring together policymakers, civil society representatives, activists, business representatives and technical community representatives. SIF has a standing tradition of focusing on the global south and half of the participants come from low-and middle-income countries, often from places where internet access is restricted and efforts to promote both internet freedom and human rights can be dangerous.
freedom and human rights can be dangerous.  +
Geo-localization of the activity 59° 17' 13", 18° 9' 59"Latitude: 59.286835780266
Longitude: 18.166258335114
How many people trained 100  +
KEEP What will you keep doing ?  +
Links about the activity http://www.stockholminternetforum.se/archi
http://www.stockholminternetforum.se/archive/stockholm-internet-forum-2015/agenda15/ http://www.stockholminternetforum.se/archive/stockholm-internet-forum-2015/webcasts-sif15/ http://www.stockholminternetforum.se/archive/stockholm-internet-forum-2015/unconference/ http://www.stockholminternetforum.se/storify-summaries/
ockholminternetforum.se/storify-summaries/  +
Motivations for organizing training This years SIF theme is access seen from a
This years SIF theme is access seen from a multi-dimensional approach. The aspects of access will be covered through discussions of issues related to economy, technology, policy and human rights – with a special emphasis on gender equality. Access to the internet plays an important role in the economic, social, cultural and political development of societies and nations. There are still huge differences – both in terms of access and usage – between those who have, and those who do not have access to the internet, between countries and regions, between rich and poor, and between men and women. But access is often not what it seems, and simply having access to the internet does not necessarily achieve social justice and development outcomes. To help us understand access from a multi-dimensional perspective SIF15 will use gender as a lens that can enable us to see beneath the surface. What does access to the internet mean? Who has access to the internet? Who has the ability to assimilate the information available online? These are some areas which will be discussed during SIF15
areas which will be discussed during SIF15  +
Organisation(s) website http://www.sida.se/English/press/current-topics-archive/2015/gender-equality-in-focus-on-stockholm-internet-forum/  +
START What will you start doing ?  +
STOP What will you stop doing ?  +
Start when 24 November 2015  +
Title of the activity SIF sessions on gender  +
Topics addressed gender, social justice, equity, internet, access, gender based online violence, privacy, digital security  +
Where is located the activity Stockholm, Sweden  +
Who organize it SIDA  +
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