GenderIT.org produces three editions annually, each devoted to a particular theme. These thematic editions allow GenderIT.org readers and writers to take a more in-depth look at particular topics, especially “hot” topics around internet and technology, where there is little or zero feminist analysis available to the public at present.

Making a feminist internet: Movement building in a digital age in Africa

Wed 18 Mar 2020

This edition gathers a series of reflections inspired by the first Making a Feminist Internet in Africa regional convening. Feminists from eighteen African countries came together to discuss what the internet means for their lives, what a...

Black woman wolking with digital elements around.

intentional infrastructures: feminist principles of the internet and community networks

Tue 12 Nov 2019

This edition takes a closer look at the realities of the women who are working for and with their communities through enabling, weaving, sustaining installing, running and advocating for community networks. Community networks are zones of...

An illustrated journey of women in community networks

"All that you walk on to get there": Feminist reflections on methodology, ethics and access in research

Thu 29 Aug 2019

This bilingual edition is a collection of analytical essays and reflexive writings on feminist ways of knowing, and practices and priorities in feminist internet research. The writers reflect on the politics of location and privilege, on...

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Lets go beyond ticking boxes: gender and sexuality in internet policy

Thu 27 Jun 2019

Between the crisis brought about by the anti-gender backlash, the strength of new voices speaking about intersectionality and gender expression from the LGBTI communities in different parts of the world - NOW marks a moment when we should look at...

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Technology for feminist creativity and care

Mon 22 Oct 2018

This bilingual edition is born of many conversations and moments at the two camps held in parallel in August this year (2018) at Dhulikhel, Nepal - the Take back the Tech! meet and the Feminist Tech Exchange.

"Self-care". Illustrations by Paru Ramesh

We can be heroes: Towards public and legal recognition of online gender-based violence

Sun 17 Jun 2018

Online violence, bullying, harassment, theft of identity, non-consensual circulation of intimate images - are now being recognised as offences in most countries, and acknowledged in public discourse as misogyny and attempts to silence women and...

The right to scream: Research on sexuality, the internet and communication

Thu 21 Dec 2017

This edition is an exploration of the multiple layers of the relationship between sexuality, rights and sexual expression and the internet, through the EROTICS research located in three countries in South Asia and the EROTICS global survey of...

Making a feminist internet: Building movements, remembering resistance, hacking security and care

Fri 10 Nov 2017

From the cataclysmic and profoundly loud speaking out that took place spontaneously across varied contexts with #metoo to understanding, owning and building feminist infrastructure, there is a lot that we can do as feminist activists. In this...

"We cannot be what we cannot see": Mapping gaps in research in gender and information society

Sun 10 Sep 2017

The articles in this bilingual edition point to how visibility of our bodies and our stories is the starting point of a different way of being. The stories we tell of struggles and perseverance, of movements and solidarity – entangled as they are...

Gender, Labour, Technology

Thu 23 Feb 2017

This edition on gender, labour, technology examines how gendered labour is embedded in the making of digital devices in the hardware industries spread across Asia, how inequities of gender and other dynamics of caste, race, ethnicity continue to...