Ahead of World Internet Day on October 29th, the National Democratic Institute (NDI) released today a new report on “Interventions to End Online Violence Against Women in Politics.” The report details a list of 26 interventions that technology platforms, governments, civil society organizations and the media can take to make meaningful progress towards ending online violence against women in politics. 

Changing The Face Of Politics Podcast

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Tzili Mor

Tzili Mor is a Senior Advisor at NDI focusing on gender, women and democracy globally. She previously co-led global advocacy and policy at CARE International, oversaw the Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights, directed Georgetown Law’s International Women’s Human Rights Clinic, spearheaded human rights initiatives for the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative and the International Development Law Organization, and coordinated Amnesty International’s human rights defenders program. 

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Examining State-Based Disinformation Campaigns During Times of Crises

NDI’s Gender, Women and Democracy team, in partnership with Charitable Analytics International (CAI), conducted a study in Brazil and Lebanon to research state-based gendered disinformation campaigns during times of large shocks like pandemics, natural disasters and conflict/violence. In the unstable information space that comes after shocks, opportunities for mis- and disinformation explode. Governments and their networks can take advantage of the chaos to manipulate public sentiment and distort facts and events to push their own political agenda. 


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