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Glitch!UK at UN IGF 2017: Combating Online Violence Against Politically Active Women

A few months ago I was invited to be on the National Democratic Institute’s panel at the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (shout out to Soraya for recommending me!) Online violence against politically active women is an increasing threat to democracy particularly as we move political participation online, it deters young women aspiring to have […]

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Human Rights Day: Freedom of Expression is not a pass to be an online troll

It is possible have a robust debate, and sometimes it is necessary to in order to get to the core of the main points, challenge held beliefs and draw similarities and conclusion. It is important to go through this process in order for society to grow in tolerance and understanding, to evolve and recommit to core beliefs.

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10 easy ways you can get involved in local politics.

Granted local politics isn’t as sexy as national or even international politics but it is so, so, so important- yes I am a little bit bias here. But we can agree the closer something is to you the more impact and influence it will have on you right? That’s exactly the same for local politics. […]

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