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Friday, June 14 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Hacking Digital Gender Norms

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This session will be in connection to the launch of Hacking Digital Gender Norms book. It will have five speakers discussing some of the existing digital gender norms and the need to break these, and how to do so. They will be bringing in perspectives, experiences, and knowledge from different parts of the world and work with diverse communities at the intersection of gender, sexuality, and technology.


Bishakha Datta

Executive Director, Point of View
Bishakha Datta (@busydot) works on gender, sexuality and digitality, writes and films non-fiction, runs the non-profit Point of View in Mumbai, India, is part of the wikipedia family and serves on several non-profit boards. In all her avatars, Bishakha explores marginal, invisible... Read More →
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Jac sm Kee

Women's Rights Programme Manager, APC, APC (Association for Progressive Communications)
Gender, Sexuality, Access, Internet Governance, Ending online gender-based violence, Sexual surveillance and big data, Freedom of expression & gendered hate speech
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Rozália Klára Bakó

Associate Professor, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania
Volunteers as trainer and research consultant at StrawberryNet Foundation: digital literacy, debate, and conflict resolution.

Friday June 14, 2019 9:00am - 10:15am BST
Oya 1 (Laico)