Femhack- Encryption and digital security workshop for cis, trans and queer women, Bangalore

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Title femhack- encryption and digital security workshop for women
Category Gender and Tech
Start 2015/05/23
End 2015/05/23
Hours 8
Scale Bangalore, Karnataka
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Organisation nayantara
Target audience closed space for women (cis, trans, queer) activists, artists and students
Number of participants 10
Context and motivations To have a safe and closed space for women to discuss and address insecurities around computers and technology, being able to share useful secure communication practices and tools to organize around LGBTQ issues and use these tools strategically. Also to recognize that engagement with technology is political feminist issue and to gauge interest and capacity for events like this.
Topics feminist digital spaces, feminist approaches to technology, importance of privacy and digital security in lgbtq organizing
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