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Essential Readings
Brief 1. New readings of the tea cup - revisiting gender justice in the information society:A backgrounder on the critical issues, priorities and actions
Brief 2. Fact Sheet on access to the ICTs and Internet in India
Brief 3. A backgrounder on the e-governance scenario in India
APC(2014) Feminist Principles of the Internet
DAY 1: 13TH SEPTEMBER, 2014
Session 1: Living in a networked world – what does it mean for women's rights?
MacKinnon, R.(2012), Consent of the Networked
Padte, Richa(2013),Keeping women safe? Gender, online harassment and Indian Law
Srivastava, R. and Manzar, O (2013), The Internet as Pathway for Women's Empowerment in India
Subramanian,S.(2014),From the Streets to the Web: Feminist Activism on Social Media

DAY 2: 14TH SEPTEMBER, 2014
Session 4: Women's Citizenship in the Age of Networks
Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan
Khabar Lahariya
Gramvaani
Session 5: Why Should We Care About Technology Architectures?
Foster J.B. and McChesney, R.W (2014),Surveillance Capitalism
Third World Resurgence (2014), Democratising Internet governance: Global Issues and challenges
Session 6: New Dimensions of the State-Citizen Relationship
M. Richards, Neil and H. King, Jonathan (2013),Three Paradoxes of Big Data
Mayra Buvinic et al.(2014)Data2X:Mapping Gender Data Gaps
V Raman, Nitya (2012), Collecting Data in Chennai City and the Limits of Openness
Session 7: Challenges to Gender Justice in the Era of Media Convergence
Guha Thakurta, Paranjoy (2012), Media Ownership Trends in India
Guha Thakurta, Paranjoy (2014), What Future for the Media in India?
Zuckerman, Ethan (2014), The Internet's Original Sin
DAY 3: 15TH SEPTEMBER, 2014
Session 10: How Can Women Meaningfully Appropriate Digital Technologies?
IT for Change(2014) The 2020 Digital Opportunity: Relooking at given assumptions on gender equality and women's empowerment
Open Letter to Ben Rattray CEO Change.Org
AMARC(2008) Gender Policy for Community Radio


Additional Readings
Session 1: Living in a networked world – what does it mean for women's rights?
Davies and Fumega (2014), Mixed Incentives: Adopting ICT Innovations for Transparency, Accountability and Anti-corruption
Sarkar,Urvashi (2014),Wikipedia,Bhanwari Devi and the need for an alert feminist public
Gardner,Sue(2011), Nine reasons women don't edit Wikipedia
Session 5: Why Should We Care About Technology Architectures?
An Open Letter to Eric Schmidt(Google)
India Together(2014) Why trolls have it easy
Roy,Prasanto(2014), Women, violence and Twitter in India
Atlantic(2012) The problem with policing sexism on Twitter
Session 6: New Dimensions of the State-Citizen Relationship
Eubanks,V.(2014), Want to Predict the Future of Surveillance? Ask Poor Communities
Session 10: How Can Women Meaningfully Appropriate Digital Technologies?
Carpentier, Nico (2007) Rescuing Participation
#India Change.org : Campaign Victory’s exposed #Vaw #Socialmedia
BBC(2014) #BBCtrending: Schoolboy's Facebook photo divides Jewish South Africans

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