The CycleBeads app, a digital platform using a modern method of family planning, helps women track their cycles and achieve or prevent pregnancy. The app's developer conducted social media campaigns in seven countries to monitor cost, distribution, and understand users and their experiences. The campaign results suggest that the app’s low-cost approach makes it accessible to women.
This brief provides a definition of and framework for understanding technology-facilitated gender-based violence (GBV) that links harmful behaviors. Connecting these pieces allows us to understand the depth and breadth of violent behaviors that occur in digital spaces that are often targeted towards women, girls, and sexual minorities.
This new report shares insights from practitioners around the world about ways to improve the recruitment of female students in coding bootcamps — a type of rapid technology skills training program — along with their retention in programs, and links to the labor market when they graduate.