The existing and upcoming laws and policies should be reviewed to ensure the safety and welfare of women online, as well as ensure equal rights and opportunities to both men and women.that would ensure the Internet is a transformative space to promote gender equality, diversity and social justice for everyone.
Hopefully, 5 to 10 years from now, at least double the number women will have access to the Internet and enjoy the many benefits and opportunities of the Web.
ABC has ordered a full season of its first-year comedy series “American Housewife.” The pickup of nine additional episodes came late Friday — and is not a great surprise given how the show has performed in its early episodes.
We have a lot of work to do to get the remaining part of the Filipino population, particularly rural residents, online, but we are hopeful that the Declaration can set the tone for a safe and free space when they arrive.
We will use the input from our focus group discussions to inform our campaigns, and work for an Internet where women can enjoy freedom of expression and privacy of communication and learn about their rights online.
The series joins fellow ABC rookies “Speechless” and “Designated Survivor” in earning full-season orders.
The network has cut back the order of Thursday drama “Notorious” and hasn’t made a decision on “Conviction.” Given the latter’s modest ratings, however, additional episodes don’t seem all that likely.In fact, it has taken the place of many other devices: alarm clock, camera, music player, phonebook.We drilled deeper to find out why the mobile is such a popular choice, and how women are using it.We focussed on this group because of the 43% of the Filipino population that has Internet access, the majority are located in urban areas.The discussions showed that the mobile phone is the first choice of digital device among many Filipino women.It’s averaging a 1.7 rating among adults 18-49 (live same-day) and 5.67 million viewers through its first four episodes.