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When social media is sexist: A call to action against online gender-based violence
The Internet is not an equal space. The past few years have seen a rise in concerns about the disproportionate levels of abuse experienced by women in social media platforms. From the United Nations to local non-profit organizations, entities across different geographies have actively acknowledged the pervasiveness of online gender-based violence. Yet, major gaps remain, in research as well as in implementation of interventions to minimize its prevalence. This article provides a broad summary of the current status of the discourse around online gender-based violence, with the aim of drawing attention to the severity of the issue.
Podcast 1.6 – Centering Survivors’ Storytelling
Recounting the details of violence and abuse are an essential element for criminal and civil investigations; equally as important are the ways in which media outlets cover stories of both physical and online abuse and violence. When survivors tell stories of technology-facilitated abuse, their accounts are frequently minimized or dismissed because of the ...
Podcast 1.5 – Evidentiary Issues in Cyber Abuse Cases on Campus
Trends in gender-based online violence change as quickly as new social media platforms are created. In this podcast, our two experts, Attorney, Ian Harris of the Safety Net Project, and Corporal, Christopher Brown of California State University, Long Beach Police Department, discuss the latest forms of online abuse and how the misuse of technology in these cases ...
Podcast 1.4 – Cyber Abuse, Title IX, and the First Amendment
Does a secondary school or university have an obligation to respond to harassing and threatening gender-based comments posted anonymously on Yik Yak or other social media sites? What is a school’s obligation and how can school administrators carry it out consistent with the First Amendment rights of the students posting the messages? These are some of the ...
eTAG Youth Advisors Team!
*The application period for this opportunity is currently closed. End Tech Abuse across Generations (eTAG) is looking for 4 dedicated young people, ages 13-24, to join our eTAG Youth Advisors Team! Help create educational resources for adults supporting youth who have experienced tech abuse. Click here to apply.
End Tech Abuse Across Generations: An overview of response tools for youth-serving adults
https://youtu.be/YQc8FLqB1S8 Over the past 3 years, Break the Cycle and the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) have worked to increase awareness, knowledge, and skills of youth-serving adults on youth experiences of tech-facilitated sexual, dating, domestic violence and stalking. This webinar will introduce our End Tech Abuse Across Generat...