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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2 weeks ago

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Women journalists remain some of the most persecuted individuals in online spaces. The criticism and threats they face continue to stifle their right to work in safe conditions. It is for this reason, the Digital Rights Foundation launched "Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights".

DRF recognises the issues faced by women journalists and works with them regularly to make online spaces for them. Through this network, the aim is to equip women journalists to counter online violence targeted at them, and overcome past experiences that may have led to self-censorship or, in extreme conditions, pulling themselves away from digital spaces altogether.

The network works with local journalists throughout Pakistan and is dedicated to raise awareness about the gendered nature of online violence that women journalists face - through workshops, events and conversations.

If you are a female journalist, or you know someone who is, and would like to be part of the Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights, register now by visiting
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7 months ago

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Check the comments under this article and you will know how toxic people make our online spaces toxic for us, especially women."I have qualms about a man suing his former wife, who is wheelchair bound, for Rs10 million. If it was merely a case lodged against her, without the money, perhaps my view would be different."

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Statement: DRF condemns the online attacks against Asma Shirazi