During the 67th UN Commission on the Status of Women, the head of MARTA Centre Iluta Lāce took part in an expert panel about technology-facilitated gender-based violence.
You can watch the video from the discussion below:
About the discussion:
The Nordic and Baltic regions are two of the most digitalised regions in the world. In recent years, countries have been quick to respond to technology-facilitated gender-based violence.
However, hate and violence are always finding new outlets, with society’s response always one step behind. So, what are the blind spots in the prevention of o technology-facilitated gender-based violence from the perspective of researchers, civil society, and those most affected?
Speakers within the expert panel:
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