[IRPCoalition] EROTICS global survey is closing today!

Katerina Fialova katerina.fialova at apcwomen.org
Thu Aug 17 18:30:06 EEST 2017

Dear , 

 Today is the last day for the EROTICS global survey on sexual rights and
the internet to be filled up. We will keep it open for additional 3 days
for 'last minute' responders. Our preliminary findings shows the
respondents from Africa are still less represented compare to other

Your input will help us and our partners to map the latest trends
concerning the opportunities and threats involved in the sexual rights
defenders expressions and organizations online. 

Thanks in advance for taking the survey and passing it on to individuals
and organisations working on sexual rights issues: 

 	* English [1]
 	* French [2]
 	* Arabic [3]
 	* Spanish [4]
 	* Simplified Chinese [5]
 	* Traditional Chinese [6]

We will share the survey findings with you later in 2017. 

Thank you in advance for your help! 

Katerina and Valentina 


The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is an international
network and non-profit organisation founded in 1990 that wants everyone to
have access to a free and open internet to improve lives and create a more
just world.
 www.apc.org | www.takebackthetech.net | www.genderit.org | erotics.apc.org

The first EROTICS survey in 2013 [7] and the second in 2014 have deepened
our understanding of the ways sexual rights activists use the internet to
advance their cause, and the challenges faced by the LGBTQI community in
expressing their sexuality online. This knowledge is crucial to assist in
the development of strategies to support the work of APC and the EROTICS
[8] network, a global network of more than 50 activists, academics and
organisations working on sexuality issues. The findings of the past surveys
have resulted in, among others, the inclusion of sexual orientation and
gender identity in the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of opinion and
expression's May 2015 report on encryption, anonymity and the human rights
framework in digital communications [9] . The findings also informed the
UN's first ever resolution on women human rights defenders [10] in November
2013, with a paragraph on online violence against sexual rights activists. 

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