El levante de la tecnologia feminista en Brasil

Date: Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Time: 12:15 - 01:15 PM
Room: Attic
Skill Level: Beginner
Language: Español
Duration: 1 hour(s)
Format: On the Frontlines
Presenter: narrira
Other Presenters: Steffania Paola Fernanda Shirakawa
Description:
In our session we will talk about the new wave of hack-feminist projects in Latin America; What we understand as "ciberfeminismo" and "hackfeminismo" from the South, as a Latin-women working on the tech field in intersection with another areas. We want to concrete the session in 3 main points: 1. Meeting your girl gang! How we met each other participating in workshops for women, and then we create a new project together: Cl4ndestina, a feminist server. 2. Connecting to the local resistance: a map of hack-feminist initiatives in Latin America (on going since may 2017); 3. The power to listen, read and know our history: the power to know and recreate our history in technology, and our personal experience working in a report about gender and technology in Latin America.
Target Audience:
Individuals, organizations, feminist activists, women and gender nonconforming.
Desired Outcome:
We would like to leave this session with a greater map of women and collectives that work on doing other kind of technology and Internet, new initiatives and plenty of ideas on which technologies activists and feminists most need to be worked on and how can we make this possible and together.