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- Workshop, Regional networks for tackling gender-based online violence, IFF, Valencia + ('''Examples of regional networks:'''
> … '''Examples of regional networks:''' > Community exchange system: https://www.community-exchange.org/home/ Here we exchange and share what we have to offer for what others provide using a variety of exchange methods: record keeping, time exchange, direct exchange, barter, swapping, gifting and sharing. Simply by keeping track of who receives what from whom we can dispense with the ancient idea of exchange media and the apparatus required to manage them. This helps us focus on providing and requesting what is really needed instead of chasing after money. This network is global and counts with many different local networks and different type of social money/currency (https://www.community-exchange.org/home/cen-statistics/). Experience has shown that those networks can only work properly (sustainable) if they are based on trust and trust requires mechanisms of get together/face to face. When those networks become too big, they tend to fail. Dimension here is how we build trust? Problematic for our case study/guidelines: How we build trust when counseling at distance? Or should it also provide face to face moments (specific physical safe spaces that can be used as get together places)? How we ensure that people seeking assistance know about those counsellings channels? How can we trust they are really seeking assistance? Vs how we ensure that people providing counseling are trustful? + platforms used to register incidents/tech related violence/attacks and to document the solutions or mitigation strategies activated > Pro-choice counseling and support: (http://abortoinfosegura.com/blog/todo-sobre-la-linea/): Hotlines can consist in phone numbers, twitter accounts, facebok chats and so on + it can also become face to face support accompanying women in order to get them misoprostol and/or traveling to spaces where abortion is legal > Hotlines against suicides (http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.html) Specific training for volunteers attending hotlines, some work 24/7, others on specific hours. Some are funded, partially or totally, some are totally volunteer based. Specific trainings entails specific curricula and training methodologies that mixes psychosocial wellbeing + skills and knowledge about orienting support seekers towards institutions and collectives that can help them face to face. Media guidelines for suicide (http://www.suicide.org/media-guidelines-for-suicide.html) . Orientation and guidelines for media covering suicides, do and dont's + good practices Critical elements: Cope with individuals facing a desperate moment, not making things worst = Do Not Harm approach + respect confidentiality and privacy of people calling ''' Why regional?''' Scope can vary a lot but we are thinking about a territorial scale that has some type of consistency in relation to legislation in place + type of ICT and uses of ICT being made + perception and types of tech-related violences taking place + social norms and cultural background (language for instance) '''Guidelines for building cases study''' Focus groups discussion for the case studies: How to create a network of support and counseling for women (and others) facing gender based online violence? Title case study: Why/Who? > Typology of tech-related attacks (list the 3 most common/frequent/probable ones) > Who is facing those attacks (women, trans, LGTBIQ, gender social justice activists, feminists organisations etc)? How to do the counseling and support? > Only at distance and/or face to face? - What are the channels and/or physical safe spaces that would be used for providing counseling?(mailing list, email, forum, phone hotline, chat, IRC, physical space) - > Capacity building: Which dimensions should be taken into account (need for trainings, self learning resources?) > Curricula needed for the capacity building: (psychosocial wellbeing, social support, understanding of laws and enforcement, knowledge on privacy and holistic security, etc) > Who can provide support? (individuals, champions, networks, communities,formal organisations) – what should be their skills, attitudes and required behaviors? Documentation/Incident report (document the incident – recommendations/response) > How the documentation of attacks and answers/mitigation measures/behaviors should be achieved? (no personal identifiable information for instance) > What would be the adequate platform for achieving this documentation/incident report? (wiki –website – flyers – others) > Who can view/edit/comment on this documentation/incident report? > Interaction between the local/regional production of incident reports and top down global resources that can be repurposed Other characteristics of the network > Resources needed (technical, infrastructure, money, trainings/capacity building, autonomous servers etc) > Sustainability(volunteer base, need funding etc?) > Resilience(how to build trust in the network, standard of quality, follow up of impact etc)ndard of quality, follow up of impact etc))