This blog has been written by Zeenat Khan, Member of DRF’s Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. This year was the second edition of Aurat March, which was… Spike in online harassment against women post-Aurat March
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.
Putting eVAW on the Map
We’re documenting all eVAW incidents that happen in Pakistan. Join the project.
Emergency Help: the Crisis Center
Are you in trouble? Head to the Crisis Center ASAP!
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City University in Peshawar was the first Hamara Internet workshop conducted on the 7th of Apri...April 7, 2016
The Hamara Internet team headed to IBM Karachi alongside Women Action Forum’s Nabiha Meher Sha...April 19, 2016
On the 21st of April, Hamara Internet’s team met up with 110 girls in the University of Sindh,...April 21, 2016
This blog has been written by Anushe Noor, Member of DRF’s Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. The Aurat March 2019, which sprung controversy all across the country, was… Post-Aurat March dilemma: can women feel safe?
This blog has been written by Umaima Ahmed, Member of DRF’s Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. Life is not a piece of cake for many, however, when it… Are digital spaces safe for women journalists?
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