Towards a Safer Internet: Digital security for queer feminist communities in Southeast Asia
This is an online Zoom discussion for the lesbian, bisexual, and queer (LBQ) women in Singapore
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, lesbian, bisexual, and queer (LBQ) women*, and non-binary or gender non-conforming persons in Southeast Asia already heavily relied on the online sphere to connect with each other and organise movements, due to existing challenges in our respective countries. However, as we adapt to the new normal of digital activism, moving almost all of our work and communications online poses new challenges in already complicated contexts.
We are now forced to rethink our strategies for social movements and keeping ourselves and our communities safe and secure. How might we adjust and protect ourselves in these digital spaces? Join us for a conversation with activists from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore on digital security for queer feminist communities.
Register via https://bit.ly/aseanlbqdigitalsecurity.
*Women includes intersex, transgender, cisgender, and all people who identify as women with marginalized sexualities
Date: 29 October 2020 (Thursday)
Time: 7pm Singapore/Malaysia/Brunei/Philippines Time
(5.30pm Myanmar Time, 6pm Jakarta/Laos/Thailand/Vietnam/Cambodia Time, 8pm Timor-Leste Time)
Only registered participants will be provided with the Zoom link and admitted into the webinar.
Organised by the ASEAN Feminist LBQ Womxn Network, Supported by Sayoni