What are the Feminist Practices of Technology Cheekay?

June 12, 2010 at 11:46 pm Leave a comment

Cheekay Cinco from the Association of Progressive Communications Women’s Programme talks about the Feminist Practices of Technology and her experience in facilitating the Feminist Tech Exclange in Islamabad.

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