Accepted Proposals 2017

Session Title Organisation Name Name of contact person
Digital Literacy as a tool for self-empowerment F-infotech Gauthamraj Elango
How To Hold A Wikipedia Editathon And Reduce Its Gender Gap Feminism in India Japleen Pasricha
Mobile campaigning for social change Amnesty International India Padma Koppa
Accessibility & Technology for All Society for Rehabilitation of the Visually Challenged Sunil Mathew
Data for Policy Individual Consultant (ex Nato and UN) Ayse Kok
Are you part of your City’s map? Hidden Pockets Jasmine Lovely George
Connecting India’s Billion The Dialogue Ranjeet Rane
Optimal Access to Financial Infrastructure for Sustainable Growth of Digital Financial Services: Examining the Role of Regulation and Competition CUTS International Parveer Ghuman
Going beyond privacy: The social justice implications of surveillance culture Internet Democracy Project Nayantara R
Industry 4.0 and Cyber Security: Confronting Challenges The Dialogue Kazim Rizvi
Discussions on right to Privacy and data protection – How do we reach larger audiences and make conversations more accessible Centre for Communication Governance, National Law University, Delhi Smitha Krishna Prasad
“Feminist taking over of the web using ICTs” Hidden Pockets Jasmine Lovely George
Legally ‘Obscene’ – Law, Gender, and Digital Rights Point of View Smita Vanniyar
Regulating Search Engines: Competition, Free Speech and Human Rights Centre for Communication Governance, National Law University, Delhi Arpita Biswas
Merged Sessions
Section 57 of the ICT Act and Freedom of Expression in Bangladesh Center for Social Activism (CSA) Aklima Ferdows Lisa
Silencing Voices: Worrisome State of Restricting
Religious and Political Dissent in the Sub-Continent
Bytes For All Tehmina Zafar
LibreRouter: A Router for Community Networks by Community Networks AlterMundi Nicolas Andres Pace
Deploying a LibreRouter Mesh Network AlterMundi Nicolas Andres Pace
Sexuality and Online spaces: Is Internet for all? Hidden Pockets Brindaalakshmi K
To Aid or Hinder: Social media’s complicated relationship with sexual content and expression Point of View Smita Vanniyar
Don’t Let It Stand: How do women deal with online abuse? Internet Democracy Project Anja Kovacs
Curbing the Freedom of Expression for Women In Digital Spaces Feminism in India Japleen Pasricha