The Deal We Always Wanted: A dialogue on a feminist digital economy

IT for Change
IT for Change
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

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  • Day 2: Dec 15 (UTC+8)

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    This session seeks to highlight the urgent imperative for social movements to respond to the ongoing Big Tech-led restructuring of all sectors of the global economy and the resultant injustices, and identify feminist digital justice as the next horizon for Southern feminism in its 21st avatar.

Speakers:
Natalia Figge (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung)
Anita (IT for Change)
Nandini Chami (IT for Change)
Gita Sen (DAWN)
Anna Lee Fos Tuvera (International Trade Union Confederation - Asia Pacific)
Mariama Williams (South Centre)
Sofia Scasserra (World Labor Institute UNTREF)

This session seeks to highlight the urgent imperative for social movements to respond to the ongoing Big Tech-led restructuring of all sectors of the global economy and the resultant injustices, and identify feminist digital justice as the next horizon for Southern feminism in its 21st century avatar.

The feminist action framework for the digital economy that will be shared at the session has been prepared by a working group of feminists whose composition reflects geographic and age diversity and is attentive to representation from different political locations – academia, civil society, trade union movement and mainstream electoral politics. In the session design, a participatory approach has been adopted to enable respectful dialogue, debate and critical engagement with session agendas.

See IT for Change's publicity flyer [Word/PDF].

Interpretation will be available in Nepali Sign Language and Spanish.

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