London launch of ICTs issue at SOAS 15 November 2018

Caroline Sweetman Uncategorized

We’re delighted to announce a London panel event – Feminists doing digital – to launch our ICTs issue, on Thursday 15 November 2018, hosted by the Centre of Gender Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. It’s at 5pm  for a 5.30pm start, ending at 7pm, UK time. Register to attend in person at the Khalili Lecture Theatre, London WC1H 0XG. We’ll also be livestreaming it on Facebook. The session will be chaired by Dr Awino Okech from the Centre of Gender Studies, and introduced by Dr Caroline Sweetman, Editor of Gender & Development. Panelists will be Dr Ronda Zelezny-Green whose article in the journal focuses on the rights on Kenyan girls in the digital age and informal education, Shannon Philip who writes on Youth and ICTs in a ‘new’ India, and co-editor Amy O’Donnell who is a specialist on digital technologies at Oxfam and Board member of anti-harassment charity Hollaback! This will be the last event in the journal’s 25th birthday year, please join us!

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