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Hi all, @ISOCNamibia is mapping out the extent of online violence.
Please make time and contribute to this fact-finding exercise and add your voice to end online violence via this link https://bit.ly/NamOVAC
The rate at which online violence against women is being perpetuated begs the question of our clarity on what this kind of violence entails. Does this mean we need to reevaluate what it means to us and what it is definitively?
The only way to find out is through statistics.
Our Online Violence Survey Is still open for participation.
Don’t forget to share the link with those in your network.
@PRJIMMY9 @ISOCNamibia @cipesaug @MICTNamibia @CRANamibia @NamibiaIGF @UNFPA_Namibia @UNNamibia @MGEPESW_Namibia @JusticeNamibia @MTCNamibia @DiverseNdwa it makes basic sense to try and protect those in the most danger. I'm sorry but the fact is that women's safety problems far outweigh men's safety problems.
@ISOCNamibia @cipesaug @MICTNamibia @CRANamibia @NamibiaIGF @UNFPA_Namibia @UNNamibia @MGEPESW_Namibia @JusticeNamibia @MTCNamibia @DiverseNdwa Misogynistic abuse, rape threats, corrective rape threats, death threats, homophobic abuse, sexual harassment, unsolicited photos of genitalia, exclusionary language, sexist “jokes”, trolling, the list goes on….
I get these on a weekly basis (some even more often). #LifeOfAWoman
GenderReport- Namibia- FINAL ONLINE VERSION
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