Our podcast series, Feminist Digital Futures, aired from March 8 to April 5, 2021. Listen to all 9 episodes below. You can also engage with our reflections from the series here.

The first set of conversations in this series explores feminist imaginations of social media with scholars, activists and leaders from the Global South. How does the intersectionality of gender identities affect the way we experience social media? What does feminist social media look like? What changes in platform governance and alternative techno-design can help us realize feminist visions of social media?

Join us as we discuss all these questions and more with our guests. Featuring Cai Yiping, Chenai Chair, Erika Smith, Ledys Sanjuan Mejia, Mariana Valente, Marwa Azelmat, Maya Indira Ganesh, Naomi Fontanos and Sohini Bhattacharya.

Listen on Internet Archive, SoundCloud, Spotify or Google Podcasts.

Hosted by: Tanvi Kanchan
Research and conceptualization: Nandini Chami & Tanvi Kanchan
Post-production: Tanvi Kanchan
Podcast artwork by: Harmeet Rahal

Acknowledgements
This podcast series has been produced as part of the Feminist Digital Justice project, a joint policy research and advocacy initiative of IT for Change and Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN). The series is co-supported by the World Wide Web Foundation.

Listen to all four episodes of The Davos Diaries, the first miniseries on the Bot Populi podcast. Our guests take on the corporate capture of global governance, examine the role of Big Tech in this space, and present ways for civil society to challenge and counter this takeover.

Featuring Barbara Adams, Chee Yoke Ling, Harris Gleckman, Jim Thomas, Parminder Jeet Singh, Renata Avila and Roberto Bissio.

Hosted by: Tanvi Kanchan
Research team: Deepti Bharthur, Amay Korjan & Tanvi Kanchan
Post-production: Tanvi Kanchan, Amay Korjan & Sneha Bhagwat