[Event] Call to #TakeBacktheTech to Promote and Protect Women’s Human Rights in the Philippines

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Call to #TakeBacktheTech to Promote and Protect Women’s Human Rights in the Philippines

We have seen how thousands of Filipinos mobilize to protect Internet Freedom against the Philippine CyberMartialLaw. For the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence let us be proactive and once again make use of information and communication technology – ICT-to create an online culture that protect women and girls from violence. Let us create an online space that is safe and secure; that provide women and girls venue for empowerment. Let us mobilize to make the abuse heard. Let us collectively provide alternative mechanisms to address women’s rights violations through ICTs and on ICT platforms. We have to stand together and take control of technology to make sure that we strengthen our freedoms. Let us amplify our united voice and demand what we all want – FREEDOMS not FEARS.

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