GenderScoop is a monthly digest on gender & ICT in the Philippines


The Women and ICT Development Index (WIDI) survey, which surveyed 26,719 households in the country, showed 84.9% of women and girls aged 15 years and over were mainly using their smartphones as information communication technology (ICT) devices last year.

What we have gathered so far:

ICT-facilitated Gender-Based Violence


Research, Legal and Policy Development

Tech for Good or Bad?

Beyond the Philippines

Listen to the latest Podcast episodes from
FMA’s Ano’ng Konek and U.N News

Ano’ng Konek? The Podcast is the Foundation for Media Alternatives initiative, exploring various issues on the intersection of technology and human rights.

UN Podcast’s Uniting Against Hate tackles how hate speech manifests itself in different parts of the world, showcasing the work of activists who are bringing about positive change.

We are very sorry to inform you that the online reporting platform for online gender-based violence “Take Back the Tech!” is currently down due to project closure. Rest assured that the stored information in our database is secured and not compromised.

Don’t worry! We are committed to monitor and document cases in an offline platform.

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