A Collective Journey with Nepal

Identities experiencing the internet – Nepal Survey Report
The study aims to describe the access and usage of internet and technology by Nepalis when it comes to personal life and work. While doing so, it also looks into how people use their agency and autonomy in using the internet for self-expression. The study also explores harassment and violence that people are experiencing in digital spaces.
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Beyond access: Women and queer persons with disabilities expressing self and exploring sexuality
This study is a glimpse into the lives of women activists with disabilities who are living with multiple deprivations given Nepal’s structural injustices. This report includes diverse narratives of ways in which disability rights advocates are using the internet, whether in their personal lives, to explore and express their sexualities, or for their activism. We aim to shine a light on individuals who have been ignored in mainstream discourses on women’s rights movements, sexual rights movements, and conversations around technology.
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