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  • Page 5 and 6: Costa Rica . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 7: IntroductionJoanne SandlerGender at
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  • Page 16 and 17: Accessing infrastructureMariama Dee
  • Page 18 and 19: figure 2.Share of individuals with
  • Page 20 and 21: figure 4.Share of where internet wa
  • Page 22 and 23: figure 7.Main reasons why individua
  • Page 24 and 25: A digital postcard urging people to
  • Page 26 and 27: and set the scene for a new point o
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  • Page 30 and 31: to citizens. 30 The situated experi
  • Page 32 and 33: Sexuality and the internetBruno Zil
  • Page 34 and 35: ally exclusive. Commercial sex is a
  • Page 36 and 37: Sometimes, strangers they meet onli
  • Page 38 and 39: Violence against women onlineJan Mo
  • Page 40 and 41: elated forms of VAW have become par
  • Page 42 and 43: Men often feel that they own their
  • Page 45 and 46: ConclusionAs Daroczi, Shevchenko, R
  • Page 47 and 48: Online disobedienceNadine MoawadAss
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    TodaySusan KareCreated the icons an

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    Whose internet is it anyway?Shaping

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    academic groundwork is needed, both

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    empowered and disempowered by them.

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    Whose internet is it anyway?Shaping

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    Country reports

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    P is for PIN: “The website works

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    Crime of Trafficking, 9 which recei

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    Role of ICTs in the trafficking of

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    (1) If any person deliberately publ

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    BOLIVIAPreventing digital violence

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    Due to the popularity and widesprea

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    a position of privilege.” 7 It be

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    the councils that the spaces alone

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    gradually become the primary field

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    Sexuality in Communist Bulgaria”,

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    • Of the five MPCTs selected, two

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    • MPCT managers should regularly

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    protest movement that has gained si

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    to arise as to the evolving nature

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    CHINAMicroblogs: An alternative, if

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    domestic violence, and the exacting

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    colombiaWomen’s rights, gender an

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    • Women activists and human right

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    CONGO, democratic republic ofOnline

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    CONGO, REPUBLIC OFWomen’s rights

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    The different uses of ICTs for wome

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    cook islandsBalancing leadership: A

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    and the Netherlands (38.7%). Of the

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    costa ricaThe ICT sector requires t

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    côte d’ivoireYasmina Ouégnin: A

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    family expenses according to their

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    was any kind of consultation before

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    violence and violence against women

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    Write Me In is a series of digital

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    Online protests over “virginity t

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    ethiopiaEmpowering women through IC

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    the exchange take as much as 80% of

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    indiaThe internet as a pathway for

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    Using ICTs in support of women’s

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    • Develop gender-sensitive techni

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    The skill of using modern technolog

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    However, non-official surveys indic

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    iraqICTs and the fight against fema

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    multimedia presentations in their v

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    Both these groups emerged from the

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    Action stepsPaestum 2013Just before

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    in 2009. The Dunn et al. study foun

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    end of the ICT spectrum, reflecting

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    japanDealing with the backlash: Pro

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    Akiko and teacher Nomaki Masako (wh

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    Access to ICTs helps in the fulfilm

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    ut the case was ultimately dismisse

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    kenyaWomen and cyber crime in Kenya

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    huge online following. Known as an

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    Action steps• Lobby to have onlin

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    For example, although the abovement

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    In addition to the cases mentioned

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    Two years later, when facing a simi

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    NEPALPerspectives of Nepali women i

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    Table 2.Women in technical position

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    NetherlandsInternet, information an

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    procure a safe medical abortion. Th

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    NEW ZEALANDProposed new laws and th

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    world. The gender inequalities play

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    NIGERIAThe use of ICTs to express p

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    the issue in the public eye until p

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    PAKISTANShaping ICTs in Pakistan us

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    with Pakistan’s internet ranking

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    PERUWomen against violence: Using t

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    een delays in the judicial response

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    infrastructure, clear processes and

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    employment. While science courses a

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    One of the protesting organisations

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    county libraries have been trained

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    trained to be accustomed to gatheri

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    ConclusionThe government of Rwanda

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    a threat to the South African publi

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    spainShaping the internet: Women’

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    and up to 23% to 25% in industrial

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    Economic activityAt the end of the

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    Action stepsSwitzerland has ratifie

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    • Conducting social campaigns and

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    gender equality in the new constitu

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    inheritance rights. However, in man

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    thailandThai cyber sexuality: Liber

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    Table 1.Selected examples of online

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    ugandaUsing ICTs to create awarenes

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    united statesThe flame war on women

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    Council that addresses online haras

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    Because of this the DWU became cons

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    venezuelaICT and gender violence in

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    company PDVSA 41 (2), the National

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    This image from Pakistan captures t

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