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Angelica Contreras

Angelica Contreras

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Angie Contreras (Mexico) is a Writer for the Association for Progressive Communications' GenderIT e-zine and also runs a feminist digital magazine. She is a Youth@IGF Fellow and a Founding Member of the Youth SIG (better known as the Youth Observatory). She actively participates in the ISOC Mexican Chapter and is now in the process of forming the Gender Issues SIG. Her primary interests are access, diversity, and gender issues and the Internet. She holds a Bachelor of Communications with studies in social communication and gender, and is currently studying for her Bachelor of Laws (LLB).

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Internet Governance 6 September 2018

From Imagination to Action: In Latin America, Building the Internet That Women Want

In 1843, Ada Lovelace published “Sketch of the analytical engine invented by Charles Babbage” in the book Scientific Memoirs. But because...

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Women In Tech 24 May 2018

Global Editathon: Making Women in Tech Visible

Why is it necessary to “edit” the biographies of women who are doing an incredible job on issues of...

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Women In Tech 25 April 2018

This Girls in ICT Day, Let’s Increase the Visibility of Women on Wikipedia

At the Women’s Special Interest Group of the Internet Society we are committed to promoting the participation of women...

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Women In Tech 14 December 2017

Help Make the Internet Open to All: Join SIG Women!

When we talk about women and technology, we need to talk data. In the United States, a recent report by...

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