Whether in meeting rooms or in demonstrations, holding online debates or organizing campaigns women use technology to re-imagine and co-create just, inclusive and equal societies. However, the very same technologies put women under risks and threats while trying to achieve their goals, spread their word and leave their mark.

This website provides practical tools to navigate digital security and privacy from a gender perspective, learn from each other’s activism, inspire one another and co-create. While doing so the website poses a critical debate around maintaining our safety and wellbeing in a world where technology companies capitalize on our attention and data, and the government institutions are short of providing adequate protection and remedies.

XYZ is dedicated to all resilient women, women identified, trans* and gender non conforming individuals who continue to inspire our community with their vision and strength.

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