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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  

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

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

'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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