International "16 Days of Activism Against violence of " / November 25 –December 10, 2007 Demanding Implementation, Challenging Obstacles: End Violence Agains Women This year campaign You have right! Demand protection from domestic violence, will be implemented as a mutual action from Akcija Zdruzhenska, ESE, National SOS Phone Line for victims,... Read more

La Asociación Colombiana de Organizaciones no Gubernamentales para la Comunicación Vía Correo Electrónico - Colnodo, es una organización sin ánimo de lucro que a través del desarrollo de Tecnologías de la Información y de la Comunicación - TIC busca facilitar y generar nuevas dinámicas de intercambio de información, conectar a los colombianos... Read more


Access to Information (a2i) Programme is an UNDP and USAID supported project (programme) having its office at the Prime Ministers’ Office. The overall objective of the project is to provide support in building a digital nation through delivering services at the citizen’s doorsteps. The programme aims to improve quality, widen access, and... Read more


Si Jeunesse Savait est un groupe de jeunes féministes qui mène pendant deux ans un projet sur la violence et les TIC avec le programme de soutien aux réseaux des femmes de l'APC. la campagne locale est localisée sur

Si Jeunesse Savait (If Youth Knew) is a group of young feminists leading a... Read more


IPP (Institut Pelangi Perempuan) is Indonesian Young Queer Women Organization. IPP uses strategy called EDUFUNTAINMENT (Education, Fun and Entertainment) as the tool for promoting and struggling for LGBTIQ rights. Creating youth friendly safe and informal space such as dance, sport and operetta club for young queer women are some of the... Read more


The Take Back the Tech! banner proudly marches in London Take Back the Night! actions every year since 2007, when Take Back the Tech UK first organised. Then, a group of women's rights activists from various UK organisations  committed to ending violence against women supported and encouraged women to reclaim and use information and... Read more


Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) is a non-governmental organization initiated in May 2000 by several women’s organisations in Uganda to develop the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) among women as tools to share information and address issues collectively. The mission of WOUGNET is to promote and support the use of ICTs... Read more

The UP Mindanao Gender Committee focuses on academic, research, extension, and advocacy related to gender issues that would contribute to establishing gender responsive and women-friendly school services in Mindanao.
Women'sNet conducted a Women's Electronic Network Training (WENT) Digital Story Telling workshop for APC-Africa-Women (AAW), on 25-29 August 2007 The workshop aimed to create content by and for women, develop content for Take Back the Tech initiative which aims to reclaim ICTs to end violence against women during the 16 Days of Activism (25... Read more