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  • Training about gender, privacy and security for WHRD, Nicaragua  + (IA 1 Sábado 23 de Abril 9:30 - 10:00 Bien
    IA 1 Sábado 23 de Abril 9:30 - 10:00 Bienvenida y puesta en contexto Gema Presentación de la agenda y reglas de convicencia Alex 10:00 - 11:00 Tu relación entre el género y las tec Dinámica en parejas. Cuéntense - Tu inicio en las tecnologías, experiencias de uso y para qué las uso 11:00 - 11:15 BREAK REFRIGERIO 11:15 - 12:15 Cómo produces datos Nube de palabras y percepciones ¿Qué queremos proteger, qué datos, qué procedimientos? Dinámica de mapa de información 12:15 - 13:00 Diseño de las sesiones basándose en los mapas de necesidades y riesgos 13:00 - 15:00 ALMUERZO 15:00 - 15:30 Sesión 1 ¿Cómo funciona internet? Dinámica Circulación de tus datos 15:30 - 16:00 Sesión 2 Encriptación - Anonimidad, Contraseñas Seguras dinámica de baile virus, antivirus y cifrado 16:00 -16:15 BREAK REFRIGERIO 16:15 - 17:15 Sesión 3 Redes Sociales o Encriptación redes sociales ¿cuáles y cuántas usas? paso adelante y paso atrás según qué tipo de redes usas analizar riesgos y beneficios de las más usadas ¿esta RS te permite usar seudónimo? ¿esta RS es clara con sus términos y condiciones? ¿permite etiquetar sin consentimiento? analizar configuraciones de seguridad de cómo usas tú esa RS geolocalización objetivos de la sesión - distinguir entre datos más públicos y más privados (cosas de un colectivo // cosas personales). problematizar si las redes sociales son espacios públicos o no. - cómo visibilizarse sin exponerse a una misma - poner a otras personas en riesgo - metadatos. pensar en la memoria de la red ¿es tuya? ¿es de ellos? - contraseñas - memoria ¿de quién es la memoria? a partir de estas preguntas desarrollar protocolos simples para reducir riesgos y vulnerabilización 17:15 - 17:30 Conclusiones de la sesión y evaluación de + y D DIA 2 Domingo 24 de Abril 9:30 - 10:00 Revisión de la agenda, ajustes y recordar 10:00 - 11:00 Sesión 4 Móviles - Gestión de mi dispositivo o Sesión 4 Mitigación y gestión de riesgos 11:00 - 11:15 BREAK REFRIGERIO 11:15 - 12:15 Sesión 5 Mitigación y gestión de riesgos 12:15 - 13:00 Sesión 6 Mitigación y gestión de riesgos 13:00 - 14:30 ALMUERZO 14:30 - 15:30 Siguientes pasos 15:30 - 16:30 Conclusiones y siguientes pasos REFRIGERIO
    Conclusiones y siguientes pasos REFRIGERIO)
  • Talk Magic trick: how to make the women disappear, Transmit Festival, Praha  + (In a time of shiny interfaces behind which
    In a time of shiny interfaces behind which things happen as if by magic – taxis arrive, groceries get delivered, love is found – there are acts of disappearance as well: women disappear from within the system they inhabit. This talk will uncover some of these magic tricks. In the context of Tactical Tech’s work on digital security and privacy, the talk will show how women’s experiences of online harm, violence and discrimination are made to disappear, and the efforts we’re making to help them reappear.
    fforts we’re making to help them reappear.)
  • Talk, Training to privacy advocacy and digital security from a gender perspective, IFF, Valencia, Spain  + (In this session, we will begin by present
    In this session, we will begin by presenting which have been the main learning outcomes gained during the project which are divided between conceptual learning and good practices for including gender into training activities. We will then present the overall research design of the project, presenting key concepts, defining the scope, research questions and the methodological approach followed for its implementation. And finally, we will highlight in particular the key achievements and outcomes in relation to individual trajectories but also collective actions achieved on the ground and how to develop impact assessment methodologies that are embedded in the whole process. We will then discuss the experiences of the people in the room in relation to their work and needs for including gender into their respective fields of action, this will enable to map privacy and digital security related projects which are trying to include gender in their work and it will enable to foreseen possible synergies and partnerships among them.
    ble synergies and partnerships among them.)
  • Tracking your period: Data economy and the risks for privacy and security of (very) personal data  + (Introduction Going around and asking peop
    Introduction Going around and asking people if they use a tracker, or not, and why they chose to attend this session. (each letter below stands for a participant) D: used a period tracker once when she got off birth control – used for a few months – didn't find it particularly helpful connecting my period to an app on my phone O: never used tracker but knows people who do because their periods are irregular E: so no need for period trackers but is very curious about the development of applications for this M uses one, but only to research it; mentions what kinds of data were collected by Clue, which is also based in Berlin. D: does use a period tracker but wants to know more about how it works. W wanted to know: she knows nothing about apps but is very interested in data protection issues D: experience of having worked on analysis of apps for the ARROW bulletin on SRHR, sexuality and the internet The research for the article lead us to question how much data (especially metadata) is being collected by these applications. Who the companies share the data with when they say third party organizations. Going beyond the data, how the algorithms are developed and being used to process the data and what that means in terms of notifications sent out to the users. Is it based on data points collected from all the users and analyzed together? There is a lack of clarity how the data and notifications are pushed out to users and whether it's based on some scientific process. Also added points to the research centers and what they are doing with the collected data.. elaborated on that issue in the discussion below. Discussion points: M: The idea that a woman entrepreneur makes a period tracker, or any tech that is for women, somehow suggests that because a woman made or developed the app, it is somehow better and more ethical. Why are we so deterministic? Some women, as in the case of Clue, are just business women Questions about membership and data sharing. Most of these apps are based on a significant data business model. They collect data for further resale and sharing. Only Clue allows the user to store data offline on their phone and not share it, or to share it via with Cloud. M: Is the data being collected used to push messages to change behaviour? E: what sort of collectivity do we want – we may want to know about what happens when we have pain, feel the craving for carbs, have sensitive breasts. The social and collective space is quite valuable for women, or at least knowing other women's experiences can be quite useful when shared. Maya shared that with the use of Clue, most popular among young women, enables a sort of collective sharing and discussion through the medium of the app. The information women have and share could be useful and it helps to talk to others – what kind of collectivity is being promoted through this? Is it on women's terms? Is collectivity being enabled or reduced through the app? Ethical issues around collecting data through apps. Clue is an app that says it wants to share the data they collect with public health research institutes like Columbia University's School of Public Health in the interest of furthering scientific knowledge about women's health, a notoriously difficutt topic to research and collect data on. However, it is unclear what sorts of norms and guidelines govern this sort of research. How do Columbia and other universities rationalise the use of data collected in this way? What kinds of research ethics are in place for data collected through mobile phone apps in non research, ie not controlled setting? This process is opaque to users or anyone else. O: is it possible that young women who already feel pressure to be normal will feel even more pressure to be normal? Is it a good thing in this day and age when young women face pressure? D: Also talked about how free basics and Facebook is now adding similar applications for women who are not connected to the internet to access information and collect further data. How does that influence the overall global data being collected when apps move beyond well connected areas and women with smart phones to other countries in the world with limited connectivity. How do these apps and information influence these women. Also noted was the fact that Facebook requires all third party apps to share the data collected through them. J: What if we start thinking about this differently. What does a feminist app look like? Maybe a feminist app would ask different questions, collect and share information differently.
    collect and share information differently.)
  • Workshop: Health, sexuality, algorithms and data  + (Introduction: - Big Data - Algorithms/mach
    Introduction: - Big Data - Algorithms/machine learning - Data capitalism Activity I: - Each participant would draw on a sheet of paper the equipments and services they used everyday - Discussion about apps and serivces business models Activity II: - How to analyze apps? Break up in groups to analyze different health apps (like sick weather, periodtrackers, pregnancy/baby apps, sports apps etc) - Share analysis between groups Wrap up
    ) - Share analysis between groups Wrap up)
  • Encryption trainings for journalists, Mexico  + (It was a 4 hours workshop oriented at jour
    It was a 4 hours workshop oriented at journalists working for a news portal. Their primary means of communication to deliver news is the email but they were suspicious that their emails were being infiltrated by the competition and government agencies because some of their secrete communication appeared first in other journals and because there have been many intrusions attempts into their servers. The purpose of the this workshop was simply to learn to encrypt their mail. It was oriented at people that has a hiugh level of access and use of ICT. The workshop was held Friday during extra hours time once the portal edition of 6PM was over. This workshop was harder because although journalists were somehow aware of the risks, there was not such a clear idea and interest for combating threats. There was a highly pragmatic perspective that if the implementation of those DST were too time consuming in daily base they would be impossible to use for their journalistic duties. In this case I felt I needed documentation to give to them about the risks journalists are subjected because of not securing their digital security tools. It also felt super important to offer to journalists targeted trainings that can fit thoir agenda and be highly personalized in order to accompany them in that process. These experiences have prompted me to finally open the ADA community space (www.ada.org.mx) for one day a week in order to advise / join / share digital security elements in a playful way beginning by the meetings “Saturday and hacking craft beer”. Those have been held during the last three weeks and have been very positive. Soon more plans coming on the agenda that we will be sharing with you Take care
    hat we will be sharing with you Take care)
  • Conmemoración dos años impunidad asesinato Macarena Valdes, Chile  + (La actividad buscaba conmemorar a Macarena
    La actividad buscaba conmemorar a Macarena como una mujer, activista que siempre compartió sus distintos saberes con su comunidad; entonces propusimos hacer varios talleres entre ellos seguridad digital dirigido específicamente a líderes, activistas, integrantes de comunidades y de resistencias en contra de centrales hidroeléctricas y proyectos extractivitas. En definitiva entregar herramientas de estrategias que protejan la comunicación de personas que pueden estar siendo perseguidas por sus activismos en pro de la tierra, el territorio y derechos humanos.
    tierra, el territorio y derechos humanos.)
  • Seguridad digital para grupos por el derecho a decidir  + (La actividad inición con un proceso de diá
    La actividad inición con un proceso de diálogo sobre el contexto que se vive en relación al activismo que se practica, algunos de los ataques detectados y necesidades. En base a las necesidades se configuraron algunas acciones inmediatas para poder mitigar riesgos.
    nes inmediatas para poder mitigar riesgos.)
  • Taller Seguridad Digital, RED de Grupos de Mujeres Rurales, Uruguay  + (La agenda detallada esta adjuntada en el pdf anterior)
  • Primer Encuentro de Defensa Personal Feminista, Bogota, Colombia  + (La colectiva facilitó el taller de Segurid
    La colectiva facilitó el taller de Seguridad digital, al cuál acudieron 35 mujeres. Creemos que el taller fluyó muy bien, existe una necesidad clara de pensar la autodefensa feminista en todos los ámbitos , la protección de nosotras se extiende en la vida cotidiana, y uno de los puntos vulnerables en las organizaciones se reconoce que es la parte digital. Ahora todas las asistentes tiene una estrategia de seguridad digital para sus acciones En realidad fue muy emocionante poder compartir en torno al tema, porque existe una necesidad clara de reflexionar y reconocer la autodefensa feminista como una estrategia de acción para los diferentes feminismos, contra el capitalismo patriarcal heteronormado.
    a el capitalismo patriarcal heteronormado.)
  • Editatona Mujeres Nicas  + (La jornada de la Editatona Mujeres Nicas t
    La jornada de la Editatona Mujeres Nicas tiene dos momentos. Comenzamos desde cero, con el taller ¿Cómo editar Wikipedia?, donde estaremos creando nuestros perfiles de usuaria y comprendiendo mejor la dinámica de la plataforma, sus principios y cómo se debe estructurar el contenido. Luego pasamos a una sesión de creación y edición de biografías sobre mujeres nicaragüenses, 5 horas de Manos a la Obra para trabajar colectivamente y aprender las unas de las otras.
    ivamente y aprender las unas de las otras.)
  • Motivando a la Gyal, Medellin, Colombia  + (Miércoles 19 Abril en Proyecto NN (San Joa
    Miércoles 19 Abril en Proyecto NN (San Joaquin Circular 3 # 66 B -136, Medellín) 10:00 a.m -12 Software Libre y seguridad Digital Por Julieta Rodriguez 2:00 p.m -4:00 p.m Experimentación Textil por Maria Salome 5:00 p.m -7:00 p.m Ginecología Natural por Laura Tejada. 7:00 p.m -8:30 p.m Diseño de Jardines por Sofía Montoya Jueves 20 Abril en Platohedro (Buenos Aires Calle 49a # 36-93) 10:00 a.m -12m Carpintería por Sara Ramirez. 2:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m Taller de Fanzine 4:00 p.m – 6:00 p.m Conciencia femenina y autocuidado Por Laura Tejada 6:30 p.m -8:30 p.m Defensa Personal Por Luu Viernes 21 Abril en Platohedro (Buenos Aires Calle 49a # 36-93) 10:00 a.m -12m Con la comida si se Juegue Por Cori 2:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m Feminismo, Caos y Cuerpo Por Lina Mejía 4:00 p.m – 6:00 p.m El Cine y la mujer en Colombia Laura Mora 6:00 p.m -8:00 p.m Anarquismo y Poder Por Alejandra R. Sábado 22 abril en Platohedro (Buenos Aires Calle 49a # 36-93) 10:00 a.m -12m Artes Marciales Mixtas por Dulfary Smir 2:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m Formulación de Proyectos por Cecilia Cardona 4:00 p.m – 6:00 p.m Agricultura y siembra por Sintropía 6:00 p.m – 8:00 p.m Encuadernación por Katty Party cierre. Djs invitadas Domingo 23 de Abril Club de Billares EuroSam (Envigado) 2:00 p.m – 4:00 pm Taller de tizas sobre el asfalto por Natasha Jaramillo 4:00 p.m – 6:00 pm Taller de Billar por Claudia Marcela Lalinde R. (Actual Campeona Nacional en la modalidad a tres bandas)
    na Nacional en la modalidad a tres bandas))
  • Webinar, HerNetHerRights, online conference  + (Moderator: Pierrette Pape, Policy & Ca
    Moderator: Pierrette Pape, Policy & Campaigns Director, European Women’s Lobby Alexandra Hache, PhD, Spain, Project Coordinator at TacticalTech, will discuss the different forms of online violence and paradigms of analysis At Tactical Tech, Alex coordinates the project "Securing Online and Offline Freedoms for Women: Expression, Privacy and Digital Inclusion." She is a sociologist and a researcher on ICT for the public good, and holds a PhD in social economy. For the last decade, she has been involved in the development of cyberfeminist collectives and technological sovereignty initiatives for social and political transformation within neighbourhood communities, engaged research networks, social movements and women’s groups. Elisabeth Kate Mc Guinness is a research assistant at the European Institute for Gender Equality where she co-wrote the 2017 report on cyber violence against women and girls. She holds a Masters in Human Rights and Democratisation with a specialisation in Gender Relations. Her interests include image-based abuse, ‘redpilling,’ and reproductive rights.’ Nicole Shephard, PhD, UK, will talk about the feminist implications of big data and privacy, and is an independent researcher, writer and consultant interested in the intersections between gender and technology. Her work takes a feminist perspective on the politics of data, privacy and surveillance. She holds a PhD in Gender (LSE) and an MSc in International Development (University of Bristol). Follow her on Twitter. Emma Holten, Danish activist and revenge porn survivor, on her experience and strategies is an online human rights activist and editor at Friktion Magasin. After being a victim of non-consensual pornography in 2011, she became aware of the pitfalls of structural oppression and gendered online violence. This led to the activist project CONSENT, which became a viral success. She speaks on the democratic importance of an internet free of harassment and violations of privacy if we want to achieve full freedom of speech. She is 26 years old and lives in Copenhagen. Lie Junius, Director Public Policy and Government Relations, Google Belgium, on their work to combat online violence against women and girls ​ ​joined​ ​Google​ ​in​ ​November​ ​2015​ ​when​ ​she​ ​was​ ​appointed​ ​the​ ​new​ ​Director​ ​of​ ​Public Policy​ ​and​ ​Government​ ​Relations​ ​in​ ​Brussels.​ ​She​ ​has​ ​more​ ​than​ ​twenty​ ​years​ ​of​ ​European and​ ​international​ ​public​ ​affairs​ ​experience.​ ​Before​ ​Google,​ ​Lie​ ​led​ ​Government​ ​Affairs​ ​in​ ​EMEA for​ ​Goodyear​ ​Dunlop​ ​from​ ​2008,​ ​and​ ​also​ ​managed​ ​Corporate​ ​Communications.​ ​Previously,​ ​Lie was​ ​Senior​ ​Vice​ ​President​ ​of​ ​Government​ ​Relations​ ​for​ ​ABN​ ​Amro​ ​Bank​ ​and​ ​worked​ ​in​ ​the Government​ ​Affairs​ ​Team​ ​of​ ​General​ ​Motors​ ​Europe.​ Essa Reijmers, Dutch expert to EWL Observatory on violence against women has been working on violence against women for nearly three decades. Since 1998 she has been working for Blijf Groep, one of the largest Dutch shelter-organizations, providing a range of services in two provinces, with 6 shelters and non-residential programs for both adults and children. Her focus at Blijf Groep has always been on innovation and development of new approaches, amongst which digital safety and systemic interventions (like the Orange House-approach). She participates in several networks on national level and is the Dutch delegate in the European Women’s Lobby Observatory, on behalf of the Dutch Women’s Council, NVR. She fill talk about SafetyNed. Salome Mbugua, Chair of the European Network of Migrant Women, will focus on the intersection of racism and sexism online. Advocate for human rights and gender Equality, Salome Mbugua is the founder and president of AkiDwA, the migrant women’s network in Ireland. Salome have served at various advisory board, expert groups and boards at European level and in Ireland. She is the chair of European network of migrant women and is a board member of the European Women’s Lobby. She is a former board member of Equality Authority, state board in Ireland and vice chair of National Women Council of Ireland. Salome is currently undertaking a doctorate research on conflict resolution and peacebuilding at Trinity College Dublin. Sodfa Daaji, youth activist in Italy, member of Afrika Youth Movement and of Youth4Abolition, will focus on the experience of young women. She is a 24 years old feminist, proud abolitionist and activist for women’s rights in Italy and Tunisia. She studies International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs at the University of Bologna. On march 2017 she has been elected as chairwoman of the Gender and Equality committee at Afrika Youth Movement. Her activism focuses particularly on human trafficking, migrant women and the relationship between Gender Equality and Religious Freedom. Céline Piques Feminist for a long time, since 2014 she is active with Osez le Féminisme! » a French feminist organisation with 26 branches across the country. In 2015, she coordinated the campaign « Marre du rose ! » (« Stop Pink ! » ) to denounce the stereotypes in the toys industry. Since 2016, she has been the webzine and newspaper editor-in-chief. In 2017, she worked on the campaign « Osez l’égalité » (Dare Equality) during the election period, and became spokeswoman of Osez le Féminisme ! Negin Nazem Zorromodi, youth activist, Sweden is an Information Technology student at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. She also is a board member of the Stockholm women empowering center in Sweden, a former webmaster and app founder and a manager in the KTH Equality week. She has spoken about cyberviolence and methods to stop cyberviolence attacks. She also works with IT documentation and financial reporting at Novartis. She was a participant at the AGORA Young Feminist Summer School 2017, organised by the European Women’s Lobby, where she led a workshop about cyberviolence. Isabel Ventura, Portuguese expert to EWL Observatory on violence against women, on EWL recommendations Isabel holds a PhD. in Sociology from the University of Minho “Medusa at the Court house: images of women, sexuality and violence from the analysis of law in books and law in action” was awarded the “APAV Research Award 2016”. Presently, she is the coordinator of a Master course seminar about sex crimes at the Catholic University of Oporto, School of Law. She also coordinates, along with Maria do Mar Pereira, the network of emergent researchers from the Portuguese Association of Women’s Studies – APEM. She is the Portuguese expert of the Observatory of Violence Against Women at the European Women’s Lobby and is a member of the Editorial Board of Palgrave Communications. Check out her research. 11h15-12h15 - Tweetchat discussion Around 4 main topics: 11h15-11h30: a male-dominated digital world 11h30-11h45: links between sexist media and cyberVAWG 11h45-12h: initiatives on protection and justice 12h-12h15: recommendations Check out later video messages by: Mariya Gabriel, EU Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society Terry Reintke, MEP, on the European Parliament report on gender equality and empowering women in the digital age Karen Sadlier, psychologist, France, on the impact of cyber violence against women Save the date and join us to say NO to online violence against women and girls in Europe! Join us by following @EuropeanWomen!
    rope! Join us by following @EuropeanWomen!)
  • Gender and Technology Institute, Berlin  + (Morning Tracks Starting on Wednesday, you
    Morning Tracks Starting on Wednesday, you will have the option to choose between two tracks which you will continue with for the rest of the week “Training Skills” and “Privacy Advocacy”. 1. Privacy Advocacy This track has been designed to develop our understanding of digital privacy from a practical perspective. The aim is to strengthen our work as digital privacy advocates who can talk practically about the issues, what can be done and what this means in the context of our work. Each day we will combine discussion based learning with practical hands-on sessions and together not only learn from each other but build our confidence and skills as future advocates. Over five days, we will work to create some of the key building blocks that will help us better understand how technology, the infrastructure and the industry works and how to convince others to make better choices. We will start by looking behind the screens to see where our data goes, how the data industry works and explore our digital shadows. We will then look at surveillance, how it works practically and what this means for freedom of expression and association. Moving from behind the screens to what happens within them, we will look at online harassment and intimidation, particularly in the context of gender, and work together through strategies for handling this; from identity management to social media tactics. Finally, we will work on skills for advocating around privacy, influencing others and breaking down common arguments, such as 'nothing to hide' and 'national security' arguments. On the final morning, participants will be expected to prepare and lead a session on digital privacy and will receive feedback. Important to note that this track requires continuity through all learning sessions. 2. Training Skills This track, designed for participants relatively knowledgeable about digital security focuses on practicalities and best-practices of facilitating digital security trainings for human rights defenders and activists. The areas of focus will include: Training as a process, wherein we will explore the role and limitations of training on digital security, and best practices relating to agenda design, logistics, evaluation and more. We will highlight important principles of facilitation in the context of a holistic approach to security which recognises the central importance of well-being and broader best practices relating to security management and planning to a successful digital security training: How does a trainer deal with stress and trauma among participants, and how might these factors impact a participant's ability to learn? What are effective and ineffective ways to promote security in a learning environment, and what does gender justice in a digital security training look like? We will also focus on the different ways adults learn in order to prepare participants for how to deal with different styles and learning types, and design creative and interactive means of teaching sometimes dry and complicated technical concepts. It is important to note that this track requires continuity through all learning sessions. You can find here more details about the foreseen learning sessions that will compose this track. Afternoon Hands-On Digital Security and Privacy Tools The track on digital security and privacy tools is oriented towards all participants of the Institute and will split between those who already have basic knowledge and experiences with security tools and strategies and those who are already using them. The sessions here aim to explain complicated concepts (e.g how encryption works), help you understand how these can help you in your work, and teach you the available and trusted tools to do it. This track will also host install party sessions in order to help participants who want to migrate to Gnu/Linux to install a free distribution. Depending on your level of knowledge, the learning outcomes will be determined together with the facilitators and the rest of the group but could include: mobile security, encryption of devices, files and mails, anonymisation and bypassing of censorship, how to use Tails and how to organise a key signing party. Basics Gender and Technology Basics These sessions are oriented towards all participants with or without previous knowledge of feminism and/or gender social justice issues. The expected learning outcomes encompass a better understanding about the different feminist movements, which are the feminist and post-feminist theories in relation to technologies and why there is a gender and cultural diversity gap in computer sciences, free software and hacker cultures and which are the strategies to reduce those gaps. This track will also address the different types of on-line threats and on-line gender based violence inasmuch as the tactics and initiatives enabling to overcome and tackle those issues. The different learning sessions will mix different methodologies such as storytelling, focussed group discussion, videos, talks and many other surprises. You can browse among the bibliographic resources dealing with those topics here and also visit our page listing gender and feminist initiatives online Computer and Security Basics These sessions are aimed at people who want to start with the basics, or catch up on what they think have missed in previous trainings or learning on digital security such as how the internet works, history of operating systems, why everyone loves free and open source software, malware and viruses, basics of data storage or hardware security etc. Skillshares These sessions will allow participants who have a specific skill or experience relevant to the Institute, which won't be covered in the content tracks, to share with others. These could include topics such as “Strategies to counter online violence”, “How Mesh Networks work”, “Feminist Technology Infrastructure” etc.
    “Feminist Technology Infrastructure” etc.)
  • Taller Seguridad Digital, Feministas, Ecuador  + (Mudar a riseup + signal + telegram + poniendo en practica metodologías de cuidar lo que se habla + usar share.riseup < muchas situaciones de intervención de celulares y de cuentas con telegram /)
  • AWID, Mediactivismo, nuevas narrativas feministas, Brasil  + (Nuevas narrativas feministas latinoamericanas en internet Seguridad digital Redes sociales y uso crítico y feminista)
  • SEGUNDO CAMPAMENTO FEMINISTA PARA MUJERES JÓVENES, Oaxaca, Mexico  + (Objetivo: Generar un proceso de formación,
    Objetivo: Generar un proceso de formación, autoconocimiento, acercamiento al feminismo y deconstrucción de ideas patriarcales a través de la aproximación y reflexión de conceptos, prácticas y expresiones del movimiento feminista. Dirigido a: un grupo de mujeres jóvenes entre 14 y 19 años de edad, radicadas en la ciudad de Oaxaca de Juárez, Valles Centrales y Mixteca de Oaxaca, que tienen un potencial liderazgo en sus comunidades. Temas: Género y feminismo Deconstruyendo el amor romántico Autonomía corporal y autocuidado: deconstruyendo estereotipos de belleza Derechos sexuales y reproductivos Violencias machistas: en el espacio público y la web Sororidad Actividades: Presentación Acuerdos de convivencia y expectativas Cine debate Mesas de diálogo Taller de elaboración de jabones terapéuticos para nuestro autocuidado Juegos grupales sobre acoso sexual callejero y ciberviolencias Sesión de básicos de autodefensa feminista Taller de pintura de espejos de Santa Ana Zegach
    de pintura de espejos de Santa Ana Zegach)
  • Workshop, Architectures of online harassment, Berlin  + (On January 3, Caroline Sinders and I condu
    On January 3, Caroline Sinders and I conducted a workshop at Tactical Tech about applying design-thinking approaches to understanding and addressing online and offline harassment. I write about the results of this workshop in two parts, the first, this one, dealing with the framing of online harassment in the context of speech, and why this needs to be reconsidered. The second documents how we applied a design-thinking approach to understanding how online and offline harassment occurs.
    how online and offline harassment occurs.)
  • Panel Including Gender - Re-publica conference, Berlin  + (Online hate speech, harassment, stalking a
    Online hate speech, harassment, stalking and death threats are trapping too many vocal women and LGTBI persons into a contradictory situation where in one hand, as Internet is crucial for their work, in order to coordinate actions or enable a wider reach out, they are also increasingly expose to surveillance and/or punitive actions. All those factors have driven to a situation where Internet is not a safe space and where it is common to see feminist and activist work being deleted, (self)censored, and actively prevented of being seen, heard or read. Logically, those trends diminish the freedom of expression and privacy rights of the people targeted. Tackling those dangers has become higher in the agenda of many feminist and LGTBI organizations and networks and has driven to an active panorama of initiatives, collective strategies and new approaches to privacy and digital security including a gender and cultural diversity perspective. Building upon past events such as the TransHackFeminist convergence, Autonomy (im)possible, Darmstadt delegation, the Feminist Server Summit, Ministry of hacking and the Gender and technology Institute, our invited participants will discuss from a cyberfeminist perspective what is happening online and how we can reclaim and reshape a feminist internet.
    n reclaim and reshape a feminist internet.)
  • Formacion Seguridad Digital, El Salvador  + (PRIMER DIA 8:00-8:15 Saludo y bienvenida
    PRIMER DIA 8:00-8:15 Saludo y bienvenida 8:15-9:00 Dinámica de presentación 9:00-9:30 Lluvia de ideas 9:30-10:30 Buen uso de datos móviles, riesgos virtuales 10:30-11:30 Uso de redes sociales (Facebook, wasap) 11:30-12:00 Instagram, twiter 12:00-1:00 almuerzo 1:00-1:30 Uso de TAILS 1:30-2:00 Uso de TOR 2:00-2:30 Dinámica de ambientación 2:30-3:30 Trabajo grupal 3:30-4:00 plenaria SEGUNDO DIA 8:00-8:15 Saludo y bienvenida 8:15-9:00 Dinámica de ambientación 9:00-9:30 retroalimentacion 9:30-10:30 Imágenes que sostienen las formas de violencia y estereotipos patriarcales 10:30-11:30 Trabajo individual 11:30-12:00 Uso seguro de telefonía celular y aplicaciones: conceptos básicos, desmitificación de dicha tecnología, a asegurar sus dispositivos móviles y configurar sus opciones para aumentar la protección de sus datos, navegar la red de manera segura desde sus móviles. 12:00-1:00 almuerzo 1:00-1:30 Presentación” Herramientas, procesos y metodologías analógicas y digitales para almacenar o editar información por parte de diferentes personas partes de una misma colectiva/organizacion/comunidad.” 1:30-2:00 Dinámica de ambientación 2:00-2:45 Panel de experiencias personales 2:45-3:30 Trabajo grupal “ Emociones y adiciones cuando accedemos a plataformas y medios sociales (discutir contextos, imaginarios y realidades de las mujeres en el uso y diseño de campañas en redes sociales, Quien la crea, quien las patenta,” 3:30-4:00 plenaria TERCER DIA 8:00-8:15 Saludo y bienvenida 8:15-9:9.45 Ritual de inicio dinámica de los desapegos 9:45-10:15 Lluvia de ideas 10:15-11:15 Exposición “imágenes y contenidos de los imaginarios que tenemos las mujeres, amor romántico, estereotipos patriarcales, trabajo del cuidado” 11:15-12:00 exposición “impactos tiene el uso de plataformas sociales en el cuerpo de las mujeres jóvenes, emociones, cuerpo cansados, roles impuestos, trabajo del cuidado reforzado en las plataformas sociales.” 12:00-1:00 almuerzo 1:00-1:30 Trabajo grupal 1:30-2:00 plenaria 2:00-2:45 Construcción de estrategias colectivas 2:30-4:00 Dinámica de concentración, armonización Consideramos que esta información puede ser como referencia no solo para este tipo de actividades si no para otras como es la seguridad holística, y violencia así como uso y meno de mecanismo de seguridad para las mujeres cuando las mismas acceden a plataformas virtuales.
    as mismas acceden a plataformas virtuales.)