It is a paradox that information and communication technologies provide limitless opportunities for feminist sharing of knowledge, campaigning, solidarity and mutual aid: while also facilitating online abuse of women and girls, particularly women leaders, women of colour, and lesbian, bisexual and transgender women.
During this 16 Days of Activism, we are taking time to reflect on where we are and where we can go in future.
Scroll down to find resources for tackling online violence against women – from international legal standards, private sector responsibilities, useful tools to help ensure safety online, and much more.
We look forward to an exchange with you.
Want more? Read the online violence against women series on the LSE Women, Peace and Security blog, featuring posts from academia, civil society, NGOs, women parliamentarians and others.
International Laws and Standards
What are countries doing?
Association for Progressive Communications
Private sector responsibilities
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Articles and research
Creating a feminist internet
Staying safe online
Reporting violence on social media
Other useful reports and resources