Bridging the Gender Digital Divide


Hamara Internet is all about YOU and your right to use the Internet free from harassment, surveillance, or other digital threats. A project of the Digital Rights Foundation, driven by Night Dad,  we aim to empower women and girls to thrive in digital space and learn to defend themselves in an increasingly Internet-connected world.

Our team of digital defenders routinely holds digital security training workshops throughout Pakistan. When we’re not venturing out into the virtual spaces, we’re busy building tools and resources for you to use to protect your safety online.

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We’re documenting all eVAW incidents that happen in Pakistan. Join the project.

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6 days ago

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Digital Rights Foundation’s Cyber Harassment Helpline releases it’s bi-annual report

The report is a compilation of data collected by the Helpline and highlights the nature and extent of the problem of online harassment. The report also contains recommendations for public bodies to improve their institutional response to online harassment.

The Cyber Harassment Helpline was launched on December 1, 2016 and it is Pakistan’s first dedicated helpline that addresses issues of online abuse and violence by providing a free, safe, gender-sensitive and confidential service. It provides legal advice, digital security support, psychological counselling and referral network to victims of online harassment and abuse. The toll free number [0800-39393] is available everyday from 9am to 5pm.

The helpline received 1,908 calls from December 1, 2016 till May 30, 2018. The helpline is operational everyday including Saturday and Sunday with an average of 83 calls each month where callers came forward with their stories and complaints.

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3 weeks ago

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This last week our founder, Nighat Dad, was invited to represent the Digital Rights Foundation at the UN Solutions Summit and to present it's solutions as one of their Top Ten Entrepreneur contenders.
The Summit, which was held at the UN's SDG Media Zone on the 25th of September, provided Ms. Dad with the opportunity to highlight the need for protection of individuals, particularly women, against cyberbullying, discrimination, and intimidation.
She also went on to say that "Online human rights must be recognized and upheld like offline human rights."

The article featured in Forbes had the following to say about the Summit:

'Last week, while countless world leaders made empty speeches to the UN General Assembly, a group of real change makers were nearby pitching their innovative technologies and programs, and challenging the world to scale actual solutions to our greatest challenges.'

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At @DigitalRightsPK we recognised the need to train lawyers to deal with the cases of cyber harassment under PECA 2…

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3 days to go and counting for the big first Asma Jahangir conference #AJCONF2018 #KnowYourRights #Access2Justice

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