ICTs for Feminist Movement Building: Activist Tool

Across the world, women are using information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support rights agendas, tell their own stories and challenge emerging issues in regard to access, women’s voices and violence. We can use ICTs for social, political and economic participation. Women can access education and health information that can change their lives and use ICTs to organise for change.

This toolkit aims to help organisations and activists to strengthen our use of ICTs to help build movements that challenge inequality and put women’s voices and experiences front and centre in communications efforts.

Click here to access the toolkit. 

Anna Davies-van Es, Jenny Radloff, Maggie Mapondera and Shereen Essof, drawing on an earlier draft and thinking by Maia Marie. Case study interviews and drafting Caroline Tagny.
Sue Heese and Karen Higgs
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