The 2022 Best Practice Forum on Gender and Digital Rights will look into the impact of regulations from a gender justice perspective and generate conversations with people who are affected by these regulatory practices, as well as assess the impacts of the diminishing privacy and the hiper-fiscalizations of women and LGBTQI+ people online. It will also aim to bring understanding on the importance of the Internet ecosystem's value for the overall democratic development.
The community engagement will continue to happen over a dedicated mailing list. All interested stakeholders are most welcome to subscribe through this link.
Read more about this BPF 2021 Output as the foundation for this year's work.