In imagining the web we want, we will draw on the Feminist Principles of the Internet that offer a gender and sexual rights perspective on critical internet-related rights. These principles were drafted at the first Imagine a Feminist Internet meeting in Malaysia in April 2014. Organised by Association for Progressive Communication (APC), it brought together 50 activists working on sexual rights, women’s rights, VAW, and internet rights. In July 2015, a new group of 40 activists discussed and revised the principles.
At Imagine a Feminist Internet, we will now be thinking of what it means to have a feminist Internet in the Indian context.
10.00 — 10.30: A to Z: Mapping a Feminist Internet
10.30 — 11.15: Loitering Online: Some spatial reflections on feminist possibilities
11.30 — 13.00: Criss-crossing the Net: Gender Sexuality Disability (Lightning talks)
14.00 — 14.30: Gendering Surveillance: An Introduction
14.30 — 15.15: ‘Hello, I love you’? Going behind the mobile phone bans in North India
15.45 — 17.15: Is your saviour downloadable? Assessing safety apps from a feminist perspective
17.15 — 17.30: Reflections on anonymity
09.30 — 11.30: Porn Panic Ban
12:00 — 13.00: The Contours of Consent
14.00 — 15.30: The Trumpcard of Protection: What discourses of safety and vigilance do to freedom in the digital age
16.00 — 17.15: Towards a Feminist Internet, IRL
17.15 — 17.30: Closing remarks and thank yous