[cc-humanrights] Gender Bias Study
Michele Neylon - Blacknight
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Thu Oct 17 09:01:46 UTC 2019
AFNIC did some work on this a couple of years back:
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On 17/10/2019, 09:36, "cc-humanrights on behalf of Anriette Esterhuysen" <cc-humanrights-bounces at icann.org on behalf of anriette at apc.org> wrote:
Dear Akriti and all
Did you ever get a response to this?
Has anyone done thinks kind of work in the DNS sector? I am asking for
the purpose of the Internet Governance Forum's Best Practice Forum on
Gender and Access which is, this year, focusing on women and LGBTQI
persons' participation in the digital economy. And the DNS industry is a
pretty important part of the digital economy.
If anyone has any knowledge of news items, case studies, analyses on
gender and the DNS sector, please pass them my way.
Senior advisor on internet governance, policy advocacy and strategic planning
Association for Progressive Communications
anriette at apc.org
On 2019/04/16 10:55, Akriti Bopanna via cc-humanrights wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> At ICANN64 in a public meeting, a woman mentioned her experiences
> facing gender bias when it comes to her suggestions being heard and
> accepted in working groups. She voiced her wish for a gender bias
> study to be undertaken in the ICANN environment.
> Following that, it made me think that it would be useful to undertake
> such a study and I would love for anyone interested to get in touch
> with me about this. To discuss how exactly the methodology for such
> would work or any input whatsoever would be very welcome.
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