Toolkit: Youth Guide To End Online Gender-Based Violence
In an era where digital footprints define our existence, online gender-based violence (OGBV) and Technology Facilitated OGBV (TFGBV) cast a long, oppressive shadow on the freedom and safety of women, girls, and gender-diverse individuals. It's more than a personal struggle; it's a societal battle that widens the gender digital divide and threatens our collective march towards a just, equitable world.
The Youth Guide To End Online Gender-Based Violence toolkit is an actionable learning and knowledge product developed by the 30 for 2030 Network, a youth and civil society leadership cohort in the Asia-Pacific region supported by UN Women. The toolkit is a downloadable PDF, designed to be easily accessible for anyone to read and utilize to raise awareness.
The toolkit has been created for:
- Survivors of OGBV.
- Anyone interested in learning about and taking action against OGBV.
- Individuals or organizations interested in inclusive and gender-transformative digital spaces and technologies.
Responding with vigor, our updated toolkit is a beacon of hope and action, now with crucial knowledge tailored to reflecting contemporary challenges and technological dynamics.
The 2023 Toolkit include:
- Background information about OGBV and TFGBV
- Clear Segmentation of Tech-Based and Tech-Facilitated OGBV
- Forms of OGBV and TFGBV
- Emerging Forms of OGBV and TFGBV
- Consequences of OGBV and TFGBV
- Reporting OGBV and TFGBV
- Useful Tips when Dealing with OGBV and TFGBV
- Recommendations for Stakeholders to End OGBV and TFGBV
- Online Opposition to Gender Equality
- Bystander Interventions
- Boys and Men as Allies in Preventing and Responding to OGBV and TFGBV
- Rural Women and OGBV: Unpacking Challenges, Shaping Solutions
- OGBV against women and gender-diverse people with disabilities
- OGBV and the LGBTQI+ community
- Feminist and Gender-Transformative Technologies
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