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.
Find out more about our upcoming ‘Disconnected Infrastructures and Violence Against Women’ #DIVAWProject India national conference organised in partnership with institutional partners FORE School of Management, Delhi and the Department of Management Studies, IITD Delhi, project funder, the British Academy, host institution, King's College London, institutional partner, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and project societal partner Safetipin.
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.
Find out more about the presentation on 'Safetipin: Using data and technology to build safer public spaces' by Dr Kalpana Viswanath, Co-Founder and CEO of #DIVAWProject Societal Partner Safetipin, at our first UK project workshop entitled ‘Violence Against Women (VAW) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)'.
Find out more about the presentation on 'The preliminary findings from software ethnography' by Dr Don Slater, #DIVAWProject Co-Investigator and Associate Professor (Reader) in Sociology, Department of Sociology, LSE at our second UK project workshop entitled ‘Digital Infrastructure & (Un)Safe Cities’.