Online publications

The Impact of Online Abuse is Real – Anne Frank Trust

Anti-Bullying Week 2019: Seyi Akiwowo on ending online abuse and being good digital citizens – Marie Claire

Why anti-online abuse activist Seyi Akiwowo is our Woman of the Week – Stylist

Why Can’t Women Win On The Internet? – Bustle

Meet the Future Shapers of 2019 who are inspiring women worldwide – Marie Claire

The 7th Digital Leaders 100 Awards 2019 is won by BAME women in tech – Digital Leaders

Fixing The Glitch – Gender IT

Amnesty’s Latest Research Into Online Abuse Finally Confirms What Black Women Have Known For Over A Decade – HuffPost UK

Regulator Ofcom to have more powers over UK social media – BBC News

Hope 100: Making tech kinder – Positive News

How a ‘digital sisterhood’ can empower you online – Woman’s Hour

Seyi Akiwowo, Glitch – The Yes List

Combating online abuse: Whose job is it anyway? – Engender

‘A Toxic Place for Women.’ A New Study Reveals the Scale of Abuse on Twitter – Time

“I fear this has broken me”: how worried should we be about abuse pushing women out of politics? – Stylist

How did ‘Woke’ stop being a compliment and become an insult? – The Times

The Megxit debate: impetuous or an act of self-care? – Marie Claire

The Dark Side Of Social Media For Black Women – Black Ballad

Digital misogyny is personal and fixable – Medium

TV, radio and podcasts

Women Tech Charge Podcast


The One Show

Reclaim Social Podcast

Feminist Internet Podcast

Amnesty International UK

Busy Being Black Podcast

Spark Salon Podcast

The Heidi Hauer Podcast

It’s Complicated Podcast

HuffPost UK

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