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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)

Resources about science, technology, engineering, math (STEM).

gender-based violence (GBV)

Take Back The Tech!

Take Back The Tech! is a call to everyone, especially women and girls, to take control of technology to end violence against women. It’s a global, collaborative campaign project that highlights the problem of tech-related violence against women, together with research and solutions from different parts of the world. The campaign offers safety roadmaps and information and provides an avenue for taking action.


Women’s Caucus of the History of Science Society

The Women’s Caucus of the History of Science focuses on the role and status of women in the profession. The Caucus also serves as a forum for those interested in the history of women, as well as the wider role of gender in science, medicine, and technology.

information and communication technologies (ICTs)

Making innovation and technology work for women

This background paper highlights the key barriers that contribute towards creating and sustaining the gender gap in innovation and technology, including the limited market awarenss and investment in innovations that meet the needs of women; the gender-blind approach to innovation; the under-representation of women as innovators and entrepreneurs; and the perceived high risk, low reward profile of investing in innovations for women and girls.

Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific Women’s Information Center (APWINC)

Asia Pacific Women’s Information Center (APWINC) was established in 1996 to promote gender equality and empower women’s potential and skills in the field of information and communication technology (ICT) in Asia and the Pacific region.

Gender and Tech Resources

This wiki is dedicated to document initiatives around gender and tech, privacy and digital security that are organised by participants to the trainings and activities related to the program “Securing Online and Offline Freedoms for Women: Expression, Privacy and Digital Inclusion”. It aims at making visible those initiatives, provide a usable platform for sharing documentation and enable knowledge transfer between the different participants, organisations and networks involved.



The site is a think tank OF and FOR women’s rights, sexuality, sexual rights and internet rights activists, academics, journalists and advocates. We carry articles, news, podcasts, videos, comics and blogs on internet policy and cultures from a feminist and intersectional perspective, privileging voices and expressions from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Arabic-speaking countries and Eastern Europe. GenderIT.org provides a space for reflection, influence and advocacy on internet policy in relation to the rights and demands of women, gender diverse people and issues related to sexuality.