#eSafetySouthernAfrica

phambano: 'make a difference'

#eSafetySouthernAfrica is an online and in-person capacity building programme to empower and equip nonprofit organisations in Southern Africa with the necessary tools required to eliminate cyberbullying and online abuse. Our #tech2endG-gbv programme is designed to educate women-led and serving nonprofits about online harassment and equip them with the tech tools to #endgbv

 

Technology-facilitated GBV and cyberbullying is not something that will self-correct. It will take empathy, strategic and sustained action, based on an understanding of its root cause, to break the cycle. We believe that technology can be a powerful tool to campaign against gender-based violence and cyberbullying, when used responsibly. Our #eSafetySouthernAfrica programme reaches all genders, all races, all religions and people from all walks of life through our workshops, blogs, social media platforms and TechClinics.

 

For more information on how your organisation can access our #tech2endgbv programme, email us on info@phambano.org.za

#16DaysOfActivism - 2022

Technology-facilitated GBV is the action by one or more people that harms others based on their sexual or gender identity or by enforcing harmful gender norms. This action is carried out using the internet and/or mobile technology and includes stalking, bullying, sexual harassment, defamation, hate speech and exploitation.

Starting 15 November 2022, our digital platforms will be dedicated to promoting and support #16DaysOfActivism. We invite your nonprofit or advocacy group to engage with our campaign by following us on Facebook here, Twitter here and Instagram here.

 

Participate in our 16 days 16 actions Campaign:

Starting 25 Nov, create a post each day using a picture to depict the following word prompts and post it to your Social Media Account.  Use the hashtags:

#tech2endGBV #endonlinegbv #16daysofactivism

Day 1 – Guard

Day 2 – Self-Esteem

Day 3 – Protect

Day 4 – Ask

Day 5 – Question

Day 6 –  Research

Day 7 – Help

Day 8 – Rest

Day 9 – Read

Day 10 – Listen

Day 11 – Engage

Day 12 – Commit

Day 13 – Educate

Day 14 – Truth

Day 15 – Support

Day 16 – Develop

#eSafety Southern Africa 16Days Of Activism
Awareness. Action. Accountability. Access.

The below topics will be discussed on our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram platforms during #16DaysOfActivism

AWARENESS
 
  • How to raise awareness online about technology-facilitated GBV
  • How to find a support or advocacy group online to support you
  • How to create a digital advocacy campaign for your nonprofit
  • How to use hashtags during #16Days to find online support
ACTION

 

  • How to report online abuse on Facebook
  • How to report online abuse on Twitter
  • How to report online abuse on Instagram
  • How to report online abuse on TikTok
ACCOUNTABILTY.
 
  • How to set strong passwords
  • How to identify and report an online groomer
  • How to create an online safety plan for your children
  • How to speak to your teenagers about online safety
ACCESS.
  • What is free and fair access to the internet? 
  • Why are internet shutdowns so dangerous for women and girls? 
  • How can the internet be more inclusive? 
  • Need to access a support group or number? Here is a list!
Facebook Safety Centre
Prevent Cyberbullying

Preventing Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Adults Who Are Being Harassed Online from The Cyberbullying Research Center.