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.

Andrea del Rio

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Andrea is a Peruvian techie. She is currently part of the APC team as part of her engagement in the Mozilla Foundation Open Web Fellowship.

World Association for Christian Communication

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The World Association for Christian Communication is registered in Canada as a not-for-profit corporation (438311-7) and an incorporated charitable organisation with its offices at 308 Main Street, Toronto ON, M4C 4X7.
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Mary Onyango

3 posts
Mary Onyango is part of The International Association of Women in Radio & Television (IAWRT) Kenya.
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Kateřina Fialová

220 posts
Katerina lives in Czech Republic and enjoys spending as much time possible in India. Likes singing in a choir and practicing yoga every early morning. She is the GenderIT.org coordinator and loves her job.
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Bishakha Datta

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Bishakha Datta writes and films non-fiction, works on gender and sexuality, runs Point of View in Mumbai, is part of the wikipedia family and serves on several non-profit boards. She tweets @busydot and sometimes blogs at dizzybot. In all... Read more…
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Shawna Finnegan

6 posts

Kembabazi Gloria

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Kembabazi Gloria holds a Bachelor's Degree in Law from Uganda Christian University where she also completed the Honour's College Leadership Program. She has worked as a Mentor Fellow with Educate!. She is currently a trainee in Legal... Read more…

GICT Admin

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Leila Nachawati Rego

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Spanish-Syrian writer and rights advocate. Professor at Carlos III University. Communications at the Association for Progressive Communications. Co-founder of @syriauntold.

Yvonne Oluoch

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Yvonne is a developer and technology trainer at YaleCept Consultants for the past three years and the founder of S.K.I.R.T.S (Socially Keen Individuals Redefining Tech Spaces). Highlights of her career includes challenging the status quo... Read more…

Irene Murungi

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Irene is the Gender Policy Officer at Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET).

Natasha Msonza

2 posts
Natasha is the Operations Manager at Her Zimbabwe.

Chioma Phibe Nwaodike

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Chioma Phibe Nwaodike is a legal officer at Media Rights Agenda, a leading organization within the media freedom, access to information, freedom of expression and Internet rights movements in Nigeria

Loyce Kyogabirwe

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Loyce works with Isis-WICCE, a feminist organization whose mandate is to strengthen women’s leadership and potential in post conflict settings. She holds a Master’s degree in Development Studies. She has over six years of managing and... Read more…

Atieno Otieno

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The author is a Kenyan who has officially joined the conversation on internet governance and online safety… for women and children. Ok…for men too but mostly women and children.

Mary Kiio

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Mary Kiio is a Trainer of Trainers on various democracy and governance topics including: Conflict Sensitive Methodology, Humanitarian programming, Digital Security and Advocacy for Technology Based Violence against Women Online, Radio,... Read more…

Beatrice Martini

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Beatrice is the Human Rights Technology Lead at Aspiration. Her work focuses on: building technology capacity strategies in support of global nonprofit human rights organisations, capturing the scope and scale of the role technology plays... Read more…