#DIVAWProject Team Publication: #MeToo has arrived in India, and it’s changing how technology is used to fight injustice

Read this The Conversation UK article entitled '#MeToo has arrived in India, and it’s changing how technology is used to fight injustice' by 'Disconnected Infrastructures and Violence Against Women' #DIVAWProject research team members Principal Investigator Dr Ayona Datta, Co-Investigator Dr Rakhi Tripathi and Postdoctoral Research Associate Dr Nabeela Ahmed.

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World Resources Institute Ross Centre for Sustainable Cities Kochi Visioning Workshop

Read about ‘Disconnected Infrastructures and Violence Against Women’ #DIVAWProject local Research Associate Susan Sukanya's experience as a workshop participant at the World Resources Institute Ross Centre For Sustainable Cities Kochi Visioning Workshop in June 2018.

Thiruvananthapuram Stakeholder Workshop Video

Find out more about the ‘Disconnected Infrastructures & Violence Against Women’ #DIVAWProject workshop participant speeches from our 2nd India stakeholder workshop in Thiruvananthapuram entitled 'Disconnected Infrastructures and Women's Safety in the City' which took place in April 2018 and watch the video with our workshop participant speeches and discussions.

London Inception Workshop Presentation: Advisory Board Member Professor Dorothea Kleine

Find out more about the presentation on ‘Decolonising our methods? Doing participatory digital action research cross-culturally’ by Professor Dorothea Kleine, #DIVAWProject Advisory Board Member and Professorial Research Fellow, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, at our first UK project workshop entitled ‘Violence Against Women (VAW) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)'.

London Inception Workshop Presentation: Dr Raphael Susewind

Find out more about the presentation on ‘Visualising the 'Muslim ghetto' in India' by Dr Raphael Susewind, Lecturer in Social Anthropology and Development, King's College London at our first UK project workshop entitled ‘Violence Against Women (VAW) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)'.