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- Digital security trainings for female students, Pakistan + (For those women who already have access to … For those women who already have access to Internet and mobiles, it’s important to make full use of it. Digital Rights Foundation envisions a place where all people, and especially women, are able to exercise their right of expression without being threatened and we strongly believe that open access to internet with access to information and impeccable privacy policies can encourage such a healthy and productive environment that would eventually help not only women, but the world at large. Through Tactical Technology Travel grant, “Hamara Internet” will travel to 5 universities in five provinces of the country and conduct awareness raising sessions with 50 to 70 women in each university. Hamara Internet has already conducted several sessions with women not only in urban parts of the country but also remote areas as well. Sessions were designed to raise awareness around making digital spaces a secure, progressive and open platform for Pakistani women. Sessions will address issues such as: 1. Ensuring access of information technology for women. (FREEDOM) 2. Facilitating women/girls on digital security, safety and privacy. (SUPPORT) 3. Creating awareness regarding legal protection from online harassment or abuse. (PROTECTION) Overall Objective: Prevention and Protection against online violence: To prevent cyber harassment and to promote better understanding of using safe and secure Internet. Capacity Building: To build young women's ability to influence internet companies and mobile phone operators to develop corporate user policies and practices that respect women's rights. Equitable Access to ICTs: To enhance equitable access to (Information and Communication) ICTs in Pakistan. Empowerment and Championing online access: Producing women ICT leaders to serve as advocates for the benefits of open access to safe and secure. Expected Results: Better understanding of cyber crimes law and how women can attain legal remedies Better access to internet and ICTs securely and safely Gender oriented National ICTs Policies and Laws Massive awareness raising of open source digital security tools and online resources Identifying women leaders who will initiate the same process within their communities, organizations and educational institutes, organizations and educational institutes)