Strategies For Change
Mobilizing for change
Changing the narrative
It is essential to develop a new narrative that shifts the onus of responsibility from survivors to perpetrators and accountable institutions.
Establishing freedom from OGBV as a fundamental digital human right
Governments must recognize OGBV as a priority issue - and this means centering the lived experiences of survivors.
Getting tech companies to address underlying structural problems
We need tech companies to play their part in preventing OGBV - something which might highlight the need for changes in the very business models they are built on.
Providing survivors with targeted, person-centered support
Resources need to be committed to better support the psychosocial needs of survivors of OGBV.
Exploring Design Interventions
Participants from policy design workshops produced 11 prototypes that can help create safer online experiences for women and tackle OGBV.
This persona set has been developed to support women's rights groups, policymakers and regulators, and the world’s largest social media companies to co-create policy and product solutions to mitigate OGBV. It takes into account the most affected groups and identities.
Strengthening Global Accountability
Tech commitments and progress made
All four companies engaged in the Tech Policy Design Labs in 2021 are working on product innovations and prototypes related to OGBV and in line with their commitments.