Writers

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.

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Amy Salgado

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Técnica en Relaciones Públicas y futura estudiante de profesorado en Ciencias Económicas. Hace unos años empecé a escribir en Twitter pequeñas ideas políticas y sociales, con el fin de algún día desarrollarlas. Me gustaría poder colaborar... Read more…
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Candy Rodríguez

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Periodista por la Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales de la UNAM, co fundadora de Colectiva Insubordinadas y La Chinampa Hacklab. Investiga sobre violencia digital contra las mujeres, seguridad digital y derechos humanos. Es amante... Read more…
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Liz Orembo

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Liz Orembo is a KICTANet associate, specialised in tech public policy analysis and advocacy.
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Sophie Maddocks

2 posts
Sophie Maddocks is a teacher and researcher whose interests span digital media activism, online gender based violence, and youth media literacy.
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AMECO PRESS

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AmecoPress, Información para la igualdad. Premio Accésit Ministerio de Industria 2007 - Plan Avanza. Ofrece información gratuita a los medios de comunicación. 
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Sylvia Karpagam

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Dr. Sylvia Karpagam is a public health doctor and researcher who has worked closely with organisations and groups located in India. She is also an illustrator and makes the occasional sardonic comic.

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Bonface Witaba

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Bonface Witaba is an ICANN Fellow, Writer, Trainer, Researcher, Consultant in Internet Governance and Policy matters.Disclaimer: Views expressed here are solely those gathered by the author and should not necessarily be construed to be... Read more…
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Theorose Dzineku

2 posts
Theorose is a Ghanaian journalist, Internet governance advocate, and an avid writer. She’s currently pursuing her Masters in journalism at the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Accra, Ghana.
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Miriam Hatibi

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Míriam Hatibi (Barcelona, 1993) es consultora de comunicación en la empresa Sibilare y activista antirracista y contra la islamofobia. Se graduó en International Business and Economics en la Universidad Pompeu Fabra (UPF) y ha cursado el... Read more…
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Lilian Chamorro Rojas

3 posts
Lilian es colombiana, ingeniera e investigadora. Hace parte del equipo de Colnodo y es consultora en proyectos de TIC y desarrollo.
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Upasana Bhattacharjee

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Upasana Bhattacharjee is a student of Development Studies at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Her areas of interest include internet governance, the future of work, gendered labour, and political philosophy.
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Ninglun Hanghal

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Ninglun Hanghal is a freelance journalist.  She writes on women and development of/in northeast region of India.  

Ida Peñaranda

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Feminista. Investigadora Social. Adicta a la tecnología y bailarina de corazón.
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Doreen Raheena Sulleyman

2 posts
Doreen Raheena Sulleyman is a freelance journalist who has an interest in women’s rights and internet freedom and is based in Accra, Ghana.

Jazmin Ruiz Diaz

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Jazmín Ruíz Díaz es periodista y comunicadora. Tiene un M.A en Industrias Culturales y Creativas en King’s College London.
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Joshua Muyiwa

3 posts
Joshua Muyiwa is a writer and poet. He currently writes a weekly column titled “Gazing Outwards” for the Bangalore Mirror, a city newspaper on issues of race, sexuality, police violence and change in the city of Bangalore in India.
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Rohini Lakshan​​é

11 posts
Rohini Lakshané is a long-time Wikimedian with an abiding interest in issues of access to knowledge. She served as the chairperson of the Gender Gap Special Interest Group at Wikimedia Chapter (India) in 2013-14. https://en.wikipedia.org/... Read more…