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IWD 2009: Online Resources
A Closer Look at Some Cyber-related Terms ( Source: Wikipedia)
How Women are Using ICTs to Fight, Prevent, and Raise Awareness on Violence and Abuse
Resources Related to Harassment and Bullying Using ICTs

Cyber-Bullying in the News  

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'Cyber-Bullying in the Workplace on the Increase', United Kingdom, 2007

* 'One in 10 Workers Experiences Cyber-Bullying in the Workplace', United Kingdom, 2007

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'Women Safer Surfers Than Men', Internet Patrol, United Kingdom, 2005

Some Examples of National Measures Taken to Deal with Violence and Online Harassment

flag Armenia  Armenia: Stop violence against women campaign

Flag Bangladesh  Bangladesh: ICTs to end violence against women campaign

Flag Bolivia  Bolivia: Online consulting service on domestic violence project

Flag Dem. Rep. of Congo  Dem. Rep. of Congo: A g
lobal movement to end violence against women and girls

Flag Denmark  Denmark: Internet safety campaign for women in Denmark

Flag India  India: Cyberstalking and online harassment

Flag Ireland  Ireland: Women's aid online

Flag Russian Federation  Russian Federation: Protection of the rights and interests of women in Russia

Flag Uganda  Uganda: WOUGNET strategic and innovative use of ICT tools – Use of SMS to share information

Flag Zambia  Zambia: Zambian women empowered via ICTs Women have no option but to enhance their capacity to communicate to each other using ICTs

Worldwide: Some general tips on where to get help to fight cybercrimes, such as cyber stalking, identity theft, hacking, child pornography, and Internet harassment

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Links to Some General Background Material

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