DIGITAL INCLUSION: Addressing Cyberviolence and Online Hate against Women

Global figures indicate that almost three quarters (73%) of women have experienced some form of cyberviolence, online gender-based violence that is as pervasive and destructive as offline violence. Rooted in gender inequalities found in society, it includes cyber-harassment, violations of privacy and hate speech.

Join Dr Leigh-Anne Perryman, Senior lecturer at the Open University’s (UK) Institute of Technology, and Ms Vilma Gregory, a multimedia expert and communications consultant as they discuss cyberviolence, its prevalence and impact, and suggest measures and practices for preventing and protecting against it.

Date: Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Time: 10 am (Pacific Standard Time)

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