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Digital Storytelling Workshop

Digital Storytelling Workshop

Storytelling is a powerful medium that allows people to describe an experience to a listening audience. While there are many ways in which stories are told, the Association for Progressive Communications together with the Women and Media Collective held a digital storytelling workshop to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to tell ones story...

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Feminist Internet Exchange pop-up

Feminist Internet Exchange pop-up

Greetings! Some feminist lovers of the internet and the Association for Progressive Communications are organising a Feminist Internet eXchange pop-up at the Reading Room, in Bangkok on 31st July 2017 (9:30am-5:30pm). This will be following the 2017 Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum. The main objective of this meetup is to look at the Feminist...

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Cyberbullying and scared women – Ceylon Today

By Isurinie Mallawaarachchi Source: Ceylon Today It was a few years ago, when a friend called me to ask not to accept a Facebook friend request from a certain person whom she revealed as her former lover. “I am compelled to deactivate all my social media accounts, because this person keeps sending messages to my...

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In pictures: Action for a people’s constitution: public meeting and rally

In pictures: Action for a people’s constitution: public meeting and rally

The photographs are from the public meeting and rally of when civil society took to the streets demanding that the new constitution guarantees economic justice and inclusion along with political freedoms and empowers people to secure economic policies that creates opportunities for all. Action for a peoples constitution is a collective of movements, networks, organisations...

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Consolidated Submissions on Proposed Constitutional Provisions by Women’s Groups and Networks

Click here to read the consolidated submissions on proposed constitutional provisions by women’s groups. Download the document...

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IWD 2016: Strengthening and Protecting the rights of women in Sri Lanka through the new constitution

IWD 2016: Strengthening and Protecting the rights of women in Sri Lanka through the new constitution

The struggle for supporting and strengthening women’s human rights in the political, social and economical spheres is far from over. In Sri Lanka for instance various forms of discrimination and violence against women in private and public life continues to undermine the gains made in achieving relatively high social development indicators for women and girls....

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Video: Global Day of Action to Safe and Legal Abortion

This September 28th, 2015 on the Global Day of Action to Safe and Legal Abortion, Women and Media Collective raises awareness on the negative impacts of myths surrounding abortion in Sri Lanka. ‪#‎BustTheMyths‬ Fight ‪#‎AbortionStigma‬ & Discrimination! Learn more:...

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Campaign for Sound National Policies

Campaign for Sound National Policies

A press briefing on the Campaign for Sound National Policies was held yesterday at the Organisation of Professional Associations in Colombo. Dr. Sepali Kottegoda, Executive Director of Women and Media Collective (WMC) was on the panel that discussed the proposed 35 Ministry Cabinet under the 19th Amendment and the proposed ministry clustering for an enhanced...

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