GenderIT.org writers are the engine and soul of the think tank – monitoring the latest trends in internet policy and culture, and deepening our feminist analysis and vision. Our writers are journalists, activists, lawyers, bloggers, and they also are illustrators, cartoonists, video-makers and filmmakers. Many come from Latin America, Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Arabic-speaking countries. Some have been with Genderit.org for a long time, and others have just joined.

Sheena D’Lima

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Sheena D’Lima is a writer and observer. Enjoys the odd debate over dinner. Likes Jane Austen, feminism(s) and using big words.

Pinda Phisitbutra

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Pinda Phisitbutra is a digital rights officer at the Foundation for Internet and Civic Culture (known as Thai Netizen Network), Thailand. She considers herself an internet enthusiast who believes in the power of internet and technology:... Read more…

Katharina Jens

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Katharina is a Media and Communication graduate from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is a writer and public speaker. She works on issues of violence against women online.

Hazel Divinagracia

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Hazel works in the Center for Migrant Advocacy Philippines Inc., and her areas of competency involve disaster management, advocacy for women's and children rights, computer and IT technologies.

Christina Lopez

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Christina is a Program Assistant at the Foundation for Media Alternatives in the Philippines.

Michaela Svatošová

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Michaela lives in Prague, Czech Republic, works as a project coordinator at Gender Studies, her main focus is gender and ICT and digital violence.

Noemi Lardizabal-Dado

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Editor, BlogWatch Citizen Media. Mom blogger, making a difference in the lives of her kids by advocating social change for social good.

Hera Hussain

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Born in Glasgow, raised in Pakistan and living in London, Hera knew from early on she wanted to empower women. During her MA in Economics... Read more…
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Marianne Franklin

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M.I. Franklin is Chair of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet) and former co-Chair of the Internet Rights and Principles Coalition (IRPC). She currently serves as steering group member of the IRPC, and Best Bits... Read more…
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Sujatha Subramanian

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Sujatha has completed an M.Phil in Women’s Studies and her research interests include girlhood studies, feminist activism, women and technology, social media and popular culture. She has co-directed the documentaries ‘Aman ki Khoj: Dharavi... Read more…
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Syar S. Alia

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Syar S. Alia is a writer and editor based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She was formerly editor of the independent online publication and platform ISSUE Magazine.
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Kaos GL

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KAOS GL is a Turkish LGBT rights organisation founded in 1994. The organisation has been publishing the journal KAOS GL (now a quarterly publication) since its founding.


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Juliet is a development practitioner with a special focus on women, peace and security. As a researcher, trainer and evaluator at Isis-WICCE, she has interfaced with women and men in post-conflict Uganda, Liberia, South Sudan, Sierra Leone... Read more…
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Bytes for All

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Bytes for All (B4A), Paquistan es una organización de derechos humanos y un think tank de investigación con foco en las tecnologías de información y comunicación. Es una organización miembro de APC y socia en el proyecto "Basta de... Read more…
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Rima S. Athar

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Rima S. Athar is an independent researcher, human rights activist and feminist organiser.
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Women, Action and the Media

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WAM! is an independent North American nonprofi dedicated to building a robust, effective, inclusive movement for gender justice in media, with chapters across the United States and Canada.
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Mohammad Tarakiyee

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Tarakiyee is a campaign coordinator for APC with a focus on digital security, online rights and internet governance. He is also a member of the Jordan Open Source Association (JOSA). He has led campaigns to advocate against online... Read more…