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Memeing Democracy

How are memes being used to engage in political discourse and circumvent censorship in India?

  • Online Publics
April 29 | Article
A Feminist Social Media Future: How Do We Get There?

To reclaim the emancipatory potential of social media for feminist transformation, we need urgent action along two fronts – a global normative benchmarking exercise that leads to new content moderation standards grounded in women’s human rights, and techno-design alternatives for the creation of decolonized network infrastructures.

  • Feminist Digitality
  • Online Publics
March 24 | Article
The Struggle Over Internet Governance and the Role of the UN

In its current form, the UN Secretary General’s “Roadmap for Digital Cooperation” undermines the WSIS goal to develop a “people centered, inclusive and development oriented Information Society”.

  • The Policy Table
March 16 | Article
Cyber Safe Girl: How Not to Write a Cyber Safety e-Book

While a  cyber safety booklet can be a helpful resource for survivors of cybercrimes, it is essential for such resources to have an empowerment-based approach to make online spaces not only safe but also accessible for all.

  • Feminist Digitality
March 9 | Article
When an Ageing Society Meets the Digital Divide

As the digital wave sweeps across an ageing society like China, it is essential to consider and address the ageist nature of digital technologies and make them accessible to all.

  • Online Publics
December 3 | Article