Digital security and privacy session - Geek Girl festival, Kenya
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|Title||Annual Geek Girl festival: session on digital security and privacy|
|Category||Privacy Advocacy Digital Security Gender and Tech|
|Target audience|| The session is for vocal women bloggers who create discussions on gender issues.
The event is geared towards providing opportunites for high school girls and University students to engage with women already working in the industry, for guidance on career choices and opportunities.
|Number of participants||30|
|Context and motivations|| Session: Awareness creation session on digital security and privacy.
Event: speed geeking, Design Thinking and much more
|Topics||Feminism, Bloggers, Digital security, Privacy awareness, Speed Geeking, Design Thinking, Kenya|
|Links||Articles, videos, photos on-line, ...|
|Agenda||Focus on feedback objectives, especially on the online and offline safe spaces. So that feedback compilation does not only come from the trainer's point of view but also from participants.|
|Methodologies||Experience sharing, more collaborative and participatory|
|Feelings||Inspiring, many young girl and women interested in technology and using it to advance women issues|
|Feedbacks||Many participants were happy to have attended the conference and a lot of enlightened discussions around cyber-bullying was talked about.|
|Start||Giving more young women a discourse platform to freely share their knowledge around tech, aspirations and areas of improvement|
|Keep||Local networks, they help a lot in partnerships and collaborations|