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- Workshop, Other than women: Exploring harassment and difference online, Rightscon, Belgium + (We have a number of questions we would lik … We have a number of questions we would like to address through this newer line of work and these will inform the framing of the session: What can and cannot be learned about online harassment through the approaches, tools, and responses we've developed globally in response to harassment faced by women? What do we know about the contexts and shapes of harassment faced by different communities/groups of people marginalised because of their religion, ethnicity, gender identity or race? Is it problematic to think about harassment along identity categories? What might it afford us, what in turn prevent? What are the spaces and forms that identity-based harassment takes (f.ex. Reddit threads, Twitter abuse, images, memes, fanfiction)? How is online hate speech and harassment directed at specific religious, ethnic, linguistic, or political communities experienced? How might an intersectional lens affect our working definition of online harassment? How does expanding our focus beyond women affect our thinking about responses to online harassment (f.ex. in terms of design, tools, policy, research methodologies, activism, etc.)? We see this session as an opportunity for discussion and reflection, and to contribute to an agenda that is more specific and contextual with respect to responding to targeted online attacks. We invite people working on online harassment, advocates of freedom of expression and participation online, those working on human rights, as well as interested technologists, activists, and researchers to attend this session. We especially welcome civil society organisations based in Brussels. This session will consist of an introductory presentation to frame the issues and the terms of the debate, a plenary brainstorming session to collaboratively identify further relevant topics/question around online harassment, breakout group discussions, and conclude with a plenary discussion to consolidate the outcomes of our work as a group.idate the outcomes of our work as a group.)